We’re excited to announce Alert Communications is featured on this week’s The Lawyerist Podcast, episode #221.

Tom Ball, Alert’s Senior Vice President of Business Development, dives into our legal-only intake and retainer services. He shares insight into how lawyers can review their client intake process with the help of our Client Intake Scorecard

This episode, the Second Annual State of the Legal Profession, covers:

  • What it means to lead a large and multifaceted legal organization in a time of technology change and innovation
  • The ABA’s new membership dues structure, what it hopes to achieve, and what a much-diminished ABA membership would mean for the practice of law
  • Hot-button ethics issues like non-lawyer ownership and advertising regulations

Check it out below: 

About The Lawyerist Podcast

The Lawyerist Podcast, a part of the Legal Talk Network, is a show about the future of lawyering and law practice hosted by Sam GloverAaron Street, and Stephanie Everett. Every week they have conversations with successful lawyers and other creative people helping to shape the future of law practice.

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How Alert Communications Helps Law Firms 

Alert provides the coverage law firms need to answer, respond to, qualify, and convert incoming legal leads, whether they come in via phone, web, email, text or chat. Alert does this 24/7/365, or for overflow, off-hours, weekends and holidays with the help of legal intake specialists who act as an extension of any law firm. These specialists are continually trained in legal terminology, empathy, legal intake and call control. They understand the different types of law and can classify and qualify cases correctly with the right amount of skill and confidence necessary. Alert’s intake specialists can even take leads from initial contact to an e-signed contract without breaking contact though retainer services.