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1. What Not To Do When Starting A Law Firm with a Virtual Office Rental
So you’ve decided to start your own solo law firm. You have everything planned out and you’ve already decided to use a virtual office rental. You have thought of everything…or have you? Learn which mistakes to avoid when starting your practice with a virtual office.
2. I Made Big Changes in my Practice This Year and This is What I Learned
“2017 has been the best year yet for my practice and I attribute that success to some of the changes I made throughout the year.” In this week’s edition of Things I Wish I Knew, New York solo lawyer Joleena Louis gives insight into the changes that have made this year her most successful one yet.
3. How To Screen Potential Clients
It‘s not uncommon for new solos to quickly come across problems with consultations. They’re often able to get people to through their doors but they aren’t being retained. There is an obvious disconnect somewhere. Follow this article to discover five different questions you should ask yourself before scheduling a consultation with a new potential client.
4. Beware the Bait and Switch When Searching for a New Law Office Rental
Searching for the ideal executive suite can be exhausting for a solo attorney. Many office providers will use shady tactics to con attorneys into paying more. This article explains the bait and switch method executive centers use to trick renters so you can avoid overpaying for your office space.
5. Reflections On Four Years As A Solo
“My firm is coming up on its four year anniversary so I’ve been reflecting on everything I’ve learned.” In this week’s edition of Things I Wish I Knew, Matrimonial lawyer Joleena Louis shares the most important things she’s learned since going solo.
6. How To Offer Payment Plans And Actually Get Paid
One of the most effective things a solo can do is know their worth and stay firm on their fees. One solo lawyer gives a behind the scenes look into her tops tips for offering payment plans to potential clients.
7. Don’t Make These Foolish Mistakes In Your Law Practice
To have a successful law practice, one needs to know the ins and out of the industry so they can decipher what works best and what doesn’t for their practice. If you keep making the same mistakes, stop it now! It’s better to learn so you can grow and be successful in the future.
8. 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.
9. 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!
10. Simple Website Tweaks that Actually Bring in Business
Your website might look pretty and have cool animations, but if it doesn’t convert visiting leads into paying clients then it’s nothing more than a waste of time and money. Here are the top five tips that will help every law firm website to convert more leads into paying clients!