Chatbots are becoming an increasingly important part of virtual businesses.

If You Have a Virtual Law Practice, You Need a Chatbot

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A virtual law practice provides more freedom with how you use your time. A virtual law practice enables lawyers to rely on various forms of technology to work out of the comfort of their own space. One of the main highlights of choosing a virtual law practice (aside from the previous mention of having more freedom in how you use …

Law firm automation is a bright idea!

3 Law Firm Automation Tips to Save You Hours of Time

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Can law firm automation really save you time? More importantly, how can law firm automation improve your practice life? Many lawyers are afraid of embracing the automation concept. Yet, automation is already party of the legal industries. Potential clients have more options than ever before when it comes to getting their basic legal needs met. They can choose to use …

How to Use Virtual Receptionists to Convert More Chatbot Leads

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If you’re using LawDroid’s chatbot, then you already understand the importance of capturing website leads from organic search, paid search, referral, and direct traffic. Yet, you might not understand the magnitude of the importance. Did you know that 2 of 3 potential clients say the #1 influence on their “decision to hire” is whether a law firm responds to their …

How Using Bots in Your Law Practice Can Let You Be More Human and Help Grow Your Business

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To date, the common #legaltech narrative has been a drumbeat of anxiety about robot overlords taking over the legal profession. On the one hand, we are told AI and automation will “free up lawyers’ time to perform higher-level, more intellectually satisfying work which clients would be willing to pay for.” (This platitude is generally advocated by most legal tech companies …

How Your Fuzzy Liberal Arts Education May Sharpen Your Skills in a Techie-Dominated World

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There is a steady drum beat in the legal industry about legal technology and how it’s going to change everything. There is a notion that “fuzzy” disciplines, like the humanities, philosophy and law are less relevant and less bankable than “techie” degrees like computer science, engineering and physics, which may open the door to a coveted job with tech titans …