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1. 8 Steps to Good Conference Room Etiquette
In a shared law office space, the way you use a conference room will have a major impact on your reputation and referral potential. This article lists steps you can take to make sure you’re adhering to proper conference room etiquette so you don’t damage any professional relationships.
2. 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.
3. The Rise of the Legal Virtual Office
Technology not only allows us to work faster, but it also gives us the freedom to choose the type of environment we want to work in. Many attorneys have chosen to practice virtually in order to reduce costs and increase efficiencies in their law practice. This article takes a look at the past, present, and future of the legal virtual office.
4. 6 Amazing Stats That Prove LinkedIn is Important for Lawyers [Infographic]
Many lawyers have doubts about how effective LinkedIn can be as a law firm marketing tool. We put together an infographic that explains the value of LinkedIn for any attorney who wants to find new clients and bring in more revenue for their firm.
5. The 4 Best Books For Solos Starting a Law Practice
If you want to start a successful law practice, then you have to take steps to really understand how it’s done. What better way to learn than through the experiences of others? These books will help any current or soon to be solo gain the skills they need to effectively run their own practice.
6. How to Dress Like a Lawyer: 5 Easy Tips to be a “Knockout” While Knocking Out the Competition
It has been proven time and time again that the way you dress greatly influences people’s perception of your financial success, competence, and trustworthiness. This means fashion could play a critical role in getting a client to say “yes” to your services. Learn some useful fashion tips that will help you dress like a successful lawyer and close more business.
7. Starting Over as a Solo Attorney: The Secret to My Success
Starting a new career can be a daunting experience, especially if you’re also launching your own business. In this article, IP lawyer, Nancy Baum Delain, shares her story of starting her own law practice in her late 40s and provides some tips that can help guide you on the path to success as a solo lawyer.
8. The Ethics of Using Online “Customer Reviews” in Attorney Marketing
Do you understand the ethics of online customer reviews? Believe it or not, there is a right way and a wrong way to collect reviews from your clients. Business immigration lawyer, Stuart Reich, explains the impact online reviews can have on your law firm and outlines the ethical obligations you must fulfill if you want to use them.
9. Why Law Firms Fail: 8 Things Unsuccessful Solo Attorneys Do
Solo attorneys put a lot on the line when they decide to start their own practice, including money, reputation, and personal relationships. There are many reasons why law firms fail and solos must work hard to sustain their practice. This article lists the things you should avoid doing so you can make sure you maintain a high level of quality service, work product, and lifestyle as a solo attorney.
10. 7 Ways to Launch a Mediocre Virtual Law Practice
When first starting a virtual law practice you are also planning for its future. If not done properly, you run the risk of setting yourself up for failure. See what other mistakes lawyers have made when launching their virtual law firms, and avoid running a mediocre practice.