Clocktimizer’s tools for business development

- About Clocktimizer, Blog Posts, Clocktimizer features & information

We all know the world of legal services is competitive. Procurement rules are complex and there are no shortage of firms looking for new clients. Worse still, the move towards in-house work means clients are spending less on legal services. In an environment like this, business development is vital. It ensures existing clients stay happy…. Read More

GDPR for small businesses: Simplified

- Blog Posts, Legal tech resources and lists

The date most companies have been dreading is looming. As of the 25th May, the General Data Protection Regulations (or GDPR) come into force. But why all the panic? In light of recent Facebook scandals, it’s nice to think companies must manage your data properly. Better still, the individual rights created by the GDPR mean… Read More

How Clocktimizer dashboards can customise your data

- Clocktimizer features & information, Uncategorized

We realise that every firm is different. More so, different people value different data. Overall profitability metrics are important for CEOs. Recovery rates appeal to Financial Directors. Budget oversight keeps Legal Project Managers awake at night. It’s why we use Natural Language Processing to mine narratives and make data malleable. However, because everyone is different,… Read More

Our 5 predictions for legal tech in 2020

- Blog Posts, Legal tech resources and lists

We have clearly reached a tipping point. Legal tech has moved from a nice to have, to an essential. It has proved successful in everything from improving profitability to reducing labour intensive work. The big question now, is where is legal tech headed? At Clocktimizer, we have a few ideas. Advances in NLP, virtual courts,… Read More

Is your firm ready for Microsoft’s new procurement rules?

- Blog Posts, Legal tech information

Microsoft announced plans yesterday to phase out the billable hour. It hopes to shift 90% of its legal work to a fixed fee model and to increase diversity in external advisers. The timeline for this transformation is two short years. Microsoft insists that many of these changes came at the request of firms themselves. However, our own research,… Read More

3 Ways to drive innovation in firms

- Blog Posts, Legal tech resources and lists, Media & Infographics

As many of you may already be aware, we hosted a webinar recently. We assembled specialists from Hogan Lovells, DLA Piper, Perkins Coie and CMS Hasche Sigle. Its aim was to give lawyers practical tips on meeting the challenges of the future. We will also be releasing a series of infographics based on the content of the… Read More

How can you build a successful AFA?

As many of you may already be aware, we hosted a webinar recently. We assembled specialists from Hogan Lovells, DLA Piper, Perkins Coie and CMS Hasche Sigle. Its aim was to give lawyers practical tips on meeting the challenges of the future. We will also be releasing a series of infographics based on the content of the… Read More

5 simple steps to improve cyber security

- Blog Posts, Legal tech information, Legal tech resources and lists

It has not been a great week for DLA Piper. Among many other global companies such as Maersk, BNP and TNT, the firm was hit by a major ransomware attack. The attack arrived only weeks after the ‘WannaCry’ hack which hit global corporations (including the UK NHS) in May. Clearly, this sort of thing is… Read More

What single habit should firms change to meet the challenges of the future?

As many of you may already be aware, we hosted a webinar recently. We assembled a panel of specialists to give lawyers practical tips on meeting the challenges of the future. Next week we will be releasing the full content of the webinar for those unable to attend. However, this week we are sharing some… Read More

Press release: Clocktimizer brings together expert panel to answer lawyers’ burning questions

- Events & campaigns, Media & Infographics

In light of recent upheavals a webinar seeks to provide practical steps for the legal sector   17th May, 2017 Deutsche Bank’s decision to no longer pay for junior associate work has set a worrying precedent. It is clear that firms who do not willingly innovate or cut costs will be forced to by their… Read More