Working From Home Remotely

Working from Home Remotely

Across America many law firms are closed as are courts and other “non-essential” businesses that lawyers, paralegals, and legal assistants rely on every day. Across the legal field there are swirling questions about maintaining business as usual, keeping employees productive, and reemerging stronger than ever once this passes.

We have all of your answers here.

The coronavirus outbreak of 2020 has changed the face of law as we know it, but it’s only temporary. As your law firm navigates these waters, and prepares for the inevitable future, we’re here to help with resources. Everything on this page is available immediately and for free. If you have more questions, or if we can help you work remotely more productively, please contact us.

Guide for Law Firms Working Remote and Working From Home

Covid-19 has changed everything. Overnight law firms are working remotely while their offices are closed and their clients need to be reassured. It’s uncharted territory for most lawyers, paralegals, and legal assistants.

This brief guide will walk you through how to set up a remote office, what technology to use to interact with colleagues and clients, and what to think about as clients approach this new normal. You’ve got questions and we are here to help you with this essential guide.

In response to coronavirus, we have our two office locations working remotely from home. It's been a near seamless transition in part because of Smokeball.
Philip Gold, Gold & Gold, P.A., Miami, FL.

Working from Home with Smokeball’s Communicate

Product Director Mary Ellen Kelleher and Training Team Lead Javier Rodriguez-Martin share how easy it is to use Smokeball’s Communicate feature to stay connected with your colleagues. In this brief webinar they explain the basics of starting conversations, how chats can be associated with a matter, and where to see the time tracked for relevant conversations.

Work Remotely with Smokeball