Great resources for elevating your credibility as a lawyer!
Credibility is the name of the game when it comes to being a successful lawyer. These great articles can help you establish an image that your peers and prospective clients trust.
1. 5 Tips For Keeping Clients Happy as a Solo Attorney
How you treat your clients will become a defining part of your reputation as a solo lawyer. Keeping clients happy will result in more return business and referrals for your law firm. This article lists simple tips you can use to make sure your clients are always satisfied with your services and speaking highly of you.
2. Fitting In Or Standing Out: Which One Gets You Ahead Faster?
If you’ve ever wondered whether it’s better to fit in or stand out at work when you’re gunning for recognition or advancement, new research indicates that it may be best to do a little of both. Follow this article to learn why it’s best to a balance of both!
3. Mobile Technology is Having a Massive Impact on the Legal Industry [Infographic]
It shouldn’t come as a surprise when you hear that technology has become incorporated into our everyday lives. So it’s not surprising that according to the American Bar Association’s latest Legal Technology Survey Report, mobile lawyering is more popular than ever, and doesn’t appear to be slowing down. Follow this great infographic to learn more about mobile tech’s impact on lawyers.
4. 7 Phrases that Make Lawyers Sound Incompetent
There is a massive drive for most lawyers to always sound intelligent and informed. Lawyers respect competence in others, which means they are most likely insecure about sounding incompetent to their clients and peers. Use these tips to avoid creating an incompetent image, and show off your expertise in your practice area.
5. 6 Ways to Enhance Your Credibility
Your firm’s success is directly proportional to how quickly (and how well) you can establish credibility with your potential clients, existing clients and colleagues. Follow this article to get six tips from Randall Murphy, president of the professional development firm Acclivus on how to do just that.
6. Organize For Success
Did you know something as simple as keeping your law office organized can help increase profits? It’s true. Think about it, if you were to walk into another lawyer’s office and you found an unorganized mess, you’d probably be less likely to refer them any new business. Use this free eBook to discover how organizing your office space and social routine correctly can open the door to more referral opportunities.
7. Fear of Speaking?
To many a lawyer, fear of speaking is an unhappy reality. Some lawyers work behind the scenes precisely so they don’t have to talk. And some litigators shine in the courtroom but cringe at other types of public speaking. In this article, you will hear from three speaking experts on how to once and for all banish fear and give an applause-worthy speech.