2021 Smokeball State of Small Law Survey AU | LPI

2021 Smokeball State of Small Law Survey AU | LPI

Earlier this month, Smokeball Legal Practice Management Software conducted a large-scale study to explore the billing hygiene of small law firms in Australia. The survey results highlight the challenges and the evolving landscape of billing in small law firms, including:

Smokeball Survey Results

The full survey findings will be released exclusively at the upcoming 2021 Smokeball Firms of The Future Free Virtual Summit, presented by Legal Practice Intelligence’s Editor at Large, Peter Frankl and Smokeball’s Chief Revenue Officer, Jane Oxley.

The live and interactive session will offer valuable insights into what successful Australian small law firms' legal billing processes consist of, and what these practices are doing to:


  • Simplify legal billing for both their firm and clients

  • Gain control over their law firm billing

  • Provide billing transparency and avoid client cost disputes

  • Increase firm earnings and optimise the profitability of fixed fee work

  • Discover the innovative technology tools they are leveraging


Other Virtual Summit session topics include:

  • Key metrics for small law firm’s success

  • Automating tasks throughout the day

  • Delivering a delightful client experience

  • Enhancing law firm collaboration

  • How to successfully implement fixed-fee pricing

  • Marketing your practice without feeling overwhelmed

  • Plus, much more!


Attendees can also earn up to 6 valuable CPD points* online and the winner of the Summit Trivia session will win a luxury hamper valued at $300.

The 2021 Smokeball Firms of the Future Virtual Summit is a "must-attend" event for legal professionals looking to drive new levels of success for their practice, career, and clients in these times and beyond.

Places are limited, so secure your spot today - register here!

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