Back-office operations are the portions of the company that are generally composed of non-client-facing personnel and functions. Typically, this includes operations related to accounting and finance, technical support, human resources, marketing, document review and production, client relationships, litigation research, litigation support, library services, and information technology.
Yet, although these back-office legal services do not directly create revenue for a law firm, their support is essential to its success. That is why, in this post, we will go over some of the more critical back-office operations of a law firm, how they impact the firm, and what it can mean for your legal team if you choose to outsource these tasks.
At Back Office Legal, our team of operations experts have been supporting small and large firms for years, taking care of their client management and back-office services to not only maximize operational efficiency but to increase their revenue as well.
That is why, if you are looking for a team to help you analyze your current processes, develop new ones, and review opportunities for improvement, contact Back Office Legal today for a free consultation.