Billing legal clients requires sound professional judgement in terms of both getting the amount on the invoice to accurately reflect billable hours, and also in hitting the right tone and level of customer service throughout. Educating lawyers about the invoicing process, from descriptions and billing to addressing client concerns is something few firms contemplate. In
After a year and some months of coping with the stinging effects of the pandemic, the professional industry, including law firms, is looking to bounce back stronger. Law firms have begun reopening their doors, and the utilization of office space is slowly increasing. But despite all that, one thing’s for sure; the workplace environment can
For lawyers who are expected to be always efficient, precise, and accurate, it is surprising how often their business administration remains in disarray. That is the story for many firms that still rely on manual administration such as billing and invoicing. The era of timesheets and manual billing is not gone yet. Attorneys are still
The COVID-19 pandemic upended many industries, including the legal industry, where law firms have had to adapt fast to an entirely new way to work. As with most momentous upheavals, the sudden and radical adoption of remote work and sudden change of way of life has brought new risk management challenges for law firms. Statistics
Capturing billable time can be a tedious exercise for many lawyers if they are not time tracking, especially since most law firms bill by the minute. If you don’t track your time accurately, you’re essentially working for love. In fact, research shows lawyers only invoice for 30% of their actual hours worked. In the olden
Introducing LawBillity by eBillity. A time and expense tracking app with client billing – designed for legal professionals.
Since 2011, eBillity has offered its award winning and globally recognized time and billing software to law firms under the branded name of “Time Tracker +Legal”. It became apparent to the eBillity team late in 2019 that we need to carve off our legal product, assign a development team and focus on features that will