Run Your Best Hybrid Law Firm: How to Get Ahead in 2022

In January 2020, few attorneys and firm owners imagined working at a full- or- part-time remote law firm. Today, a hybrid law firm has become a long-term expectation, rather than an exception.

But this flexibility comes with a new set of challenges. How can partners ensure attorneys and staff remain productive and produce consistent work? What's the best way to structure a hybrid law firm? And how can firm leadership promote a supportive culture and high employee retention?

Join Ruchie Chadha, president of Smokeball, and David Williams, owner of Williams & Williams, for this free webinar. Gain valuable logistical tips, whether you're just starting a new law practice or improving hybrid work practices at your existing firm. 

In this free webinar you'll learn:

  • How to set up a successful hybrid law firm - and the benefits of doing so
  • What technology to use to operate your law firm efficiently and compliantly
  • The tactics firm leaders are using to support client retention and a healthy hybrid culture

 

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Ruchie Chadha

President of Smokeball

Ruchie is the President of Smokeball, a leading legal, practice management start-up based in Chicago. In her role she oversees the product, marketing, sales, and client teams. Prior to joining Smokeball, Ruchie was a Family Law lawyer serving the Chicagoland area. She has first-hand experience identifying inefficiencies and areas of opportunity within the case management lifecycle. Combining her background and the power of technology, Ruchie now focuses on delivering innovative solutions to lawyers so they can better serve their clients and build healthier businesses. 

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David Williams

Owner of Williams & Williams

David focuses his practice on civil litigation. He is admitted to practice law in South Carolina, the District Court of South Carolina, and the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals. David received his Bachelor of Arts in Business Economics with an emphasis in Computer Science and Information Management and a minor in Government from Wofford College. He is AV rated, a Fellow of the Litigation Counsel of America, Super Lawyers Rising Star, and America's Top 100 High Stakes Litigators. David resides in Orangeburg with his wife Virginia "Ginny" Watson Williams and their three children.