Speed to Lead: How to Speed Up Your Law Firm's Intake

In the legal landscape, time is money. Attorneys and intake specialists can't afford to lose potential clients due to slow response times. Slow response times can mean losing valuable opportunities and, more importantly, clients. Watch our webinar as we demonstrate how to speed up your law firm’s intake. We'll equip you with practical strategies to not only reduce response times, but also master the art of speedy client acquisition.

Learning Objectives:

Learn effective strategies to streamline your law firm’s client intake process
Discover how to reduce response times and sign more cases 
How to use AI to expedite menial tasks, allowing you to focus on working cases

Your ability to respond swiftly can be a game-changer. Watch now to stay ahead in a fast-paced legal landscape.


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Matthew DeFrain, Account Manager

Since joining Law Ruler, Matthew has helped hundreds of firms grow their practice, increase productivity, and simplify how they integrate with leading technology. His knowledge in law and cloud-based software has given him the industry experience that continually helps law firms succeed! Now his mission is helping law firms across the country, and from every practice area, learn how to use simple software to track, grow, and maintain relationships to grow their business.

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