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At Nimble, we help propel law firms, law departments and companies forward by offering the following solutions:
Legal consulting: Legal operations consulting, pricing strategy and experienced part-time or project counsel
Legal Technology: Artificial Intelligence Software that aids in the review of contracts
Career Development Programs: Coaching, interpersonal skills training and continuing legal education
Managed Services: contract management, regular government filings, and other highly repeatable processes
Outsourced HR Services for small and mid-sized businesses
We apply technology, experience-tested play books, and lean/six-sigma concepts based on decades of experience at global companies. Combined with our ultra-flexible business model, this lets us offer our clients great service at a competitive price-point.
Work smarter, not harder.
Our Most Recent Blogs
The world moves fast and if your company’s going to keep up, it needs to be agile. Here’s how to get comfortable with change and keep your business relevant as the business world evolves.
Innovation in the legal industry isn’t limited to just technology. It takes many forms. A recent post by Roy Strom in the American Lawyer titled “Are Lawyers Ready to be Managed by Metrics?” and our April 3rd Nimble Legal Innovation Forum in Cleveland got me thinking about all the different ways innovation is taking hold in the legal industry. There will always be detractors because as Roy Strom wrote the “Legal Industry is painfully slow to adopt major changes, and lawyers often say work can’t be easily categorized or simplified.” The reality is major change is happening right in front of us and if you’re not paying attention you’ll get passed by. Here are 5 forms of Legal Innovation:
A recent Insight post by Rachel Gezerseh entitled “INSIGHT: Big Law Needs to Better Connect With Associate Talent - Cocktail Hours Aren’t Enough” got us thinking about some ways that law firms can improve both their hiring and retention efforts. We recently were interviewed by Columbus Business First regarding what law firms are doing to attract and retain millennials in the article , “Law Firms Focus on Flexibility, Happiness in the Race for Talent”. The author of the article, Laura Newpoff, interviewed us after viewing our 2018 Lawyer Happiness Survey Results, which among other things found that Generation X and Income Partners at law firms were the least content.