Other Publications

2017
Lanter, Niki. 2017. “‘Vanity Lane’ wasn’t always an easy path.” Harvard Gazette. Publisher's VersionAbstract

La'Toya Princess Jackson '19, a dramatic arts concentrator and ALM candidate at the Extension School, showcased excerpts from her original ballet for DanceFest at the 25th anniversary celebration of the Harvard ARTS FIRST Festival in April.

Jackson, La’Toya Princess, and Niki Lanter. 2017. “Masquerade Ball puts One Harvard up front.” Harvard Gazette. Publisher's VersionAbstract

With more than 900 in attendance, the Masquerade Ball reinforced Harvard Graduate Council’s mission of One Harvard, bringing together students from the 12 graduate and professional Schools, as well as College students from across campus.

2015
Association, American Bar. 2015. “2015-2016 ABA Law Practice Division Leadership Directory.” American Bar Association Law Practice Division: The Business of Practicing Law, 2015-2016. Publisher's Version
2014
Association, American Bar. 2014. “2014-2015 ABA Law Practice Division Leadership Directory.” American Bar Association Law Practice Division: The Business of Practicing Law, 2014-2015. Publisher's Version
2013
Ruppert, Loretta, Michael Wasco, and Tyler Chapman. 2013. “Driving Profitability Forward: How to get the money-making gears moving in the right direction.” LexisNexis: Making Your Practice Work for You. Publisher's VersionAbstract

As a law firm stakeholder, you affect your firm’s profitability every day, with every move you make. And probably more importantly, you affect it with every move you don’t make; which is actually much better news than you may realize. Once you understand that you affect your firm’s financial picture even by doing nothing, it becomes easier to take positive action instead of sitting back and hoping good things happen. The five “gears” of law firm profitability, and their movements, are all firmly in your hands. It’s merely a matter of fine tuning each one, one at a time, to get them all working smoothly together.

This publication references content I contributed to a case study which was conducted by LexisNexis about Sadler Law Firm LLP in 2012.  See pages 16-17.

2012
Squillante, Neil J. 2012. “Juris Suite and Professional Services Team Help Power Law Firm’s Financial Surge.” TechnoLawyer TechnoRelease. Publisher's VersionAbstract

Sadler Law Firm had practically everything going its way, including a Top Ten spot on Houston’s Fast 100 List for 2012 by the Houston Business Journal. Practically everything, that is, except the sophisticated financial management processes that would help the firm best manage all that growth. For that, they turned to Juris Professional Services and Juris Suite financial management software. The Juris team helped Sadler improve processes to the point that they increased their total year-to-date fees billed by $10.2 million as of June, 2012. Six months and a $10.2 million increase in billing fees? Sounds like a story worth reading.

This publication references content I contributed to a case study which was conducted by LexisNexis about Sadler Law Firm LLP in 2012.

Marketing, LexisNexis. 2012. “Energy law firm adopts strategic financial management approach to aid rapid business growth.” LexisNexis Practice Management: Case Study. Publisher's VersionAbstract

Juris Suite implementation resolves growth complications and provides significant improvement to internal processes, managing a 245% increase in billable hours, 259% jump in worked hours, and 244% growth in monthly average billed fees.