The age-old debate in law firm billing and collections has been whether to make getting paid the responsibility of the individual partners or a dedicated accounts receivable department.

While the latter approach has been credited as “cleaner”—shielding partners from sometimes uncomfortable conversations and even confrontations with clients—there is mounting evidence that a more personalized approach, beginning with the bills themselves, may be the wiser course of action.

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