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A lawyer will spend on average 20 minutes per week manually assigning codes. For a Global Top 100 firm that equates to an average of 23,400 hours per year in lost time and revenue.

Clocktimizer’s data lab can do the work for you. By combining our machine learning engine with time card meta data, Clocktimizer can automatically assign task or J-Codes to timecards. Schedule an online demo now to find out how much time Clocktimizer could save your firm.

Meet the new generation of legal CFO

Words of advice from clients at 5P

Meet the Clocktimizer team – Sander Niers

What we’ll be looking forward to at 5P 2019

Meet the Clocktimizer team – Ewelina Tatar

Our wrap up of LMA’s P3 Conference 2019

Free e-book: A step by step guide to preparing your firm for Machine Learning

A step by step guide to preparing your firm for Machine Learning: Part 4

A step by step guide to preparing your firm for Machine Learning: Part 3

Scaling up LPM 3: Tips and advice

Meet the Clocktimizer team – Bjorn Hermans

A step by step guide to preparing your firm for Machine Learning: Part 2

Scaling up LPM 2: Avoiding common LPM myths

Keep your clients up to date with our new email feature

A step-by-step guide to preparing your firm for Machine Learning

Scaling up LPM: The current state of Legal Project Management

We’ve made Clocktimizer roll-outs even easier

Clocktimizer jobs: Customer Success Manager

Mid-sized firm? Get ahead with Clocktimizer

Five of the funniest court judgments

Working in pricing? According to these experts, you need data

Meet the Clocktimizer team – Ikram & Dominiek

Legal tech goes global in the Hague

Our Twitter #LawProfitChat wrap-up

Our newest features make tracking budgets a breeze

We’re hosting a Twitter chat with LawVision

2019 is going to be a busy year for Clocktimizer

An interview with Alison Larson, Strategic Pricing & Risk Manager at Neal Gerber

Meet the Clocktimizer team – John Lim

Distract yourself this Christmas – The best Roll on Friday blogs of 2018

Meet the Clocktimizer team – Tara Lingard

Clocktimizer features: Grouping different timekeepers for better reporting

An introduction to Machine Learning with Clocktimizer – free e-book

An introduction to machine learning – Part 3 (How do machines learn?)

An introduction to machine learning – Part 2 (A history lesson)

AI hype, legal service delivery & the death of time recording – Our Twitter chat wrap-up

An introduction to machine learning – Part 1

Join the Clocktimizer Twitter chat on the 13th November

Clocktimizer’s newest feature is here – Machine Learning!

Test yourself against the Clocktimizer Classification Challenge!

Get your free coding recipe book here – Our Legal Geek round up

Why smart collaboration is the easiest way for firms to increase revenue

Dear UK lawyers – We’ve put J-Codes in a handy Excel spreadsheet

Exciting announcements, coding classes & more at Legal Geek

The three things we learned at the Briefing Transformation conference

Why writing contracts is like writing code

Target innovation with Clocktimizer for efficient & improved adoption

Gone phishing – The Clocktimizer security quiz!

Meet the Clocktimizer team – Alex Klein

Law firms: How well do you know your clients?

Why understanding technology is essential for managing a firm

Meet the Clocktimizer team – Natalie Petts

Meet the Clocktimizer team – Frances Singleton-Clift

Problems not Solutions – Our Twitter chat wrap-up

Problems not Solutions – Clocktimizer use case infographic

Problems not Solutions – Business intelligence with Clocktimizer

Problems not Solutions – Legal tech for everyday legal problems

Problems not Solutions – Tools for better budget management

Problems not Solutions – Identifying efficiencies with Clocktimizer

Quiz – Can we help you decide what legal tech to buy?

Problems not Solutions – Scoping and pricing with Clocktimizer

Problems not Solutions – An infographic of lawyers’ top problems

Our upcoming ‘Problems not Solutions’ Twitter chat

Meet the Clocktimizer team – Susan Brommer

What we’ve learned about lawyer’s problems from our recent Twitter poll

Meet the Clocktimizer team – Michael Stocks

Why we’re looking for problems, not solutions

Clocktimizer visits the US – Our wrap up of the P3 conference

Find out what’s on at the Clocktimizer P3 session

Meet the Clocktimizer team – Dorien Neys

Meet the Clocktimizer team – Bram Fokke

Clocktimizer is sponsoring the P3 conference in Chicago

Quiz: The Clocktimizer implicit bias test

Clocktimizer’s tools for business development

GDPR for small businesses: Simplified

Meet the Clocktimizer team – Pieter van der Hoeven

April Fools – Budgets but no blockchain

Announcing our latest adventure: In Blockchain!

Startups: Is your law firm ready for them?

Employment week at BPP & why legal tech needs you

The cloud: It’s definitely more than just hype

The world’s 5 most frivolous lawsuits

Incremental improvement not radical disruption

Clocktimizer’s innovation buzzword bingo

Our list of the best (and worst) legal tech blogs on offer

How Clocktimizer dashboards can customise your data

MELTDOWN and SPECTRE: A primer for lawyers

Our pick of the biggest successes (and failures) for legal tech in 2017

Happy holidays from Clocktimizer – in a fresh new look!

The next generation of legal tech innovations

Clocktimizer supports practical legal education for students

Have you tested your own implicit bias?

Women in legal tech – The wrap up

Women in Legal Tech – An introduction to coding

Interviews with women in legal tech – A Clocktimizer e-book

An interview with Marie Bernard, Europe Director of Innovation at Dentons

An interview with Myriam Nijhout – Van Gemert, Western Europe SMB Director of Microsoft

An interview about public legal tech with Corry van Zeeland & Laura Kistemaker

An interview with Meredith Mendes, COO of Jenner & Block

Clocktimizer & DLA Piper host a Women in Legal Tech event