Data Analysis for Fun and Profit

T. Greg Doucette, of the Law Offices of T. Greg Doucette, PLLC, in Durham, NC, is an associate editor of  TYL.

It’s no secret that the law attracts its share of control freaks. And if that segment of the legal population happens to include you, then solo practice may be a great career choice. You get to choose what clients you take or refuse. You get to choose whether or not to wear a suit on the days you’re not in court. You get to choose whether you’ll go to court at all.

But, one thing you can’t choose—at least if you want to stay in business—is to skimp on collecting and analyzing data about your practice.

With 2014 in full swing and Tax Day just behind us, here are three areas where tracking data can help with your bottom line:

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