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1. Law Firm Suites Opens New Location in Boston
This week Law Firm Suites launched its newest lawyer coworking community at The Business District building in Boston’s centrally located Back Bay neighborhood, adjacent to the Prudential Center. The Boston location will initially offer ethically compliant virtual law office plans and conference room rentals, with office rentals and coworking plans becoming available in a brand new legal suite that’s expected to open in Spring 2018.
2. Why a Cheap Virtual Office May Not Work for Lawyers
Virtual offices in New York City are not hard to come by. Prices range from pricey to cheap and everywhere in between, and for some, going cheap sounds like the best option. However, you get what you pay for and going cheap may have you wondering why you went with it in the first place.
3. Is Your Law Practice Mature?
How mature is your law practice, Attorney? I love this question. It takes your thoughts in a totally different direction when you’re considering how to manage your law practice. Dina Lynch Eisenberg JD of OutsourceEasier.com shares her personal advice on how maturity plays a huge role in the future of your practice!
4. Why Lawyers Crave Shared Office Space
A shared office space parallels traditional office rentals in many ways. The main difference is that a shared office is typically fully-equipped and provides you with the tools you need to run a law firm minus the huge overhead. Follow this article to learn the four main reasons why solos and small firms want to use a shared office space for their practices.
5. Fears that Keep Lawyers Up at Night
There are many different opinions out there explaining why lawyers have higher stress levels, but the one common denominator is simply that lawyers have a lot to worry about. Take a look at this helpful infographic to learn about the top fears of other lawyers, and also get tips on how to combat those fears.
6. Learning to Love Litigation
“Do we really dislike something as much as we say we do? I swore up and down from the start of law school that I didn’t want to get involved with litigation.” In this edition of Young Hungry & Committed, Annapolis virtual office lawyer Liz Johnson shares how she has changed her mindset and started to practice and perfect her litigation skills.
7. 7 Simple Habits Solo Lawyers Point to for Their Success
Successful solo lawyers put in countless hours of hard work, determination and have an incredible hunger to be the best. But in addition to all those things, most successful solo lawyers can point to several habits that have helped them along the way. Follow this article and benefit your practice by using the same simple habits as other solo lawyers.
8. 5 Examples of how a Smart Mentor Can Elevate your Practice
Solo practice is a very different animal than working within a law firm. Therefore, one of the most impactful relationships that you can grow is one with a smart and experienced mentor. Here are five examples of how the right mentor can help elevate your firm and be a guiding light to your practice for years to come.
9. Why Your New Jersey Firm Needs A Manhattan Virtual Office
If you are not maintaining a professional identity in New York City, you are literally losing out on tens of thousands of dollars each year in potential new clients and under-billing existing clients. A Manhattan virtual office allows New Jersey home-based lawyers to charge a higher hourly rate than their New Jersey only counterparts, regardless of their practice area. The numbers don’t lie, so what are you waiting for?
10. Is Coworking A Good Option For Lawyers?
For attorneys, the benefits that come with coworking typically include a steady stream of referrals and saving legal research time via asking an experienced colleague a practice question when it comes up. Read this article to learn more reasons why some many lawyers are switching to a coworking style of office.