From IPE: Improve Your Law Firm’s Accounts Receivable
Improve Your Law Firm’s Accounts Receivable
Guest author: Rhonda L. Corn, Paralegal/Administrator
The “collection of legal fees” is not billable work so many law firms do not give this task the attention it deserves. Often, accounts receivable only become a priority when it becomes a financial problem for the firm or, the firm has waited too long to collect from a particular client. Regardless the size of your firm or the area of practice, if no one is collecting the money, it doesn’t matter how many hours are billed.
Rhonda L. Corn is a paralegal with Corsaro & Associates, Co., LPA, where her main areas of practice are corporate law, law firm administration, and billing and collections. Ms. Corn’s responsibilities are billing and collections, marketing, employee benefits, training, accounting, IT, and overseeing all non-legal aspects of law firm operations. She coordinates and manages document production. Ms. Corn earned her B.A. degree from Tiffin University and her paralegal certificate from David Meyers.
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