Episode 14 – How Law Firms Can Improve Processes and Gather Better Data, with Tim McKey

When you’ve devoted years of hard work plus untold emotional and financial investment into creating a law practice, it can be difficult to step back and look at your processes with a critical eye. To help you get into a fresh and forward-thinking state of mind, we’ve picked out one of our favorite episodes of Legal Marketing Radio from our archives. You can use the player below to listen here, or you can head over to our SoundCloud page or the iTunes store to download and subscribe to the podcast.

Legal Marketing Radio is a podcast that covers legal marketing tips and strategies (courtesy of the experts at LaFleur) as well as news, trends, and cutting-edge innovations in the overlapping spheres of legal, digital, and content marketing.

This episode features special guest Tim McKey, the co-founder of Louisiana-based Vista Consulting Team. The Vista team works with law firms to created a tailored plan that re-examines and optimizes every aspect of their business, including intake, accounting, case management, infrastructure, and more. We asked Tim to join us and talk about some of the insights he’s gained through helping law firms of all shapes and sizes run better and more efficiently, and we also talk with LaFleur President Chip LaFleur about how law firms and their marketing partners can use some of the data they gather through working with Vista to inform and improve their marketing strategies.

Don’t forget to check back on the second and fourth Thursday of each month for a new episode of Legal Marketing Radio. Thanks for listening!

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