The world of legal bookkeeping is changing, at times faster than we’d like to admit. The growth of programs such as PCLaw, Soluno, ESILaw, Clio, and so many more are indicative of this rapid evolution – but this innovation comes at a cost.
New clients often come to me in need of help: they don’t understand how to use their accounting software effectively, and are seeing unfavourable effects on their firms as a result.
That’s where I come in.
I founded my company, Jiong Gao Professional Corporation, to help lawyers make sense of their legal software. I am a certified consultant in many programs, including Clio, PCLaw, and Soluno, and bring more than 15 years of professional experience to the table.
I know how confusing the accounting process can seem – that’s why I’ve decided to start a series addressing common issues that lawyers come to me for help with.
Over the next couple of weeks, I’ll be choosing select topics to delve into, hopefully providing your law firm with valuable advice in the process.
Please let me know if there’s anything in particular you’d like me to talk about!