From client collections to learning a new practice area, we’re sharing our most popular blog articles of the week. Take a look!
We have the best resources for solo and small firm attorneys. Take a look at our top blog posts for the second week of December 2015:
1. Shop Talk: Clients Who Don’t Pay Piss Me Off
Deadbeat clients are a real problem, yet attorneys are usually reluctant to pursue them more aggressively. Law Firm Suites founder and corporate attorney, Stephen Furnari, discusses his frustrations with clients who neglect to pay.
2. 8 Steps to Good Conference Room Etiquette
Abundant conference room access is one of the many perks of shared office space. However, there is a proper etiquette to be followed, and if that is not adhered to, any opportunities can quickly dry up.
It’s always best to know the etiquette to make sure you always leave a good impression for your suitemates.
3. Vivian Sobers, Virtual Office Lawyer: 4 Steps for New Solos to Get Clients
Starting a solo firm is hard enough, but try starting one with no clients. Virtual office attorney, Vivian Sobers, gives her take on gaining clients for her solo firm with her very own 4 step process.
4. Why My 2016 Solo Law Practice Goals Won’t Be SMART
It’s important for your goals to be smart for your own practice, but should they be “SMART?” Joleena Louis discusses why the SMART method for creating goals is something she will not be using to grow her solo practice.
5. Why Attorneys Must Embrace Social Media
Attorneys are often reluctant to embrace social media, but having a strong online presence has its advantages. Take a look at what exactly social media can do for attorneys and how it can help you cultivate your attorney image.
6. Should Attorneys Charge a Consultation Fee?
Consultation fees are a controversial topic when it comes to attorney-client relationships, but for solo attorney, Joleena Louis, it is a great tool to find the real clients. Take a look and see just how Joleena’s philosophy works for her firm.
7. The Rise of the Legal Virtual Office
Virtual offices for attorneys have been around for quite some time. Take a look and learn the exact history of the virtual law office and how it has changed.
8. The Big Pivot: How I Transformed My Legal Career
Mark Guay is a successful corporate attorney, but at one point he did not want to practice law anymore. See how some deep reading and a little soul searching helped this attorney transform his legal career.
9. 7 Best Law Firm Marketing Articles of the Week
Everyone can use a little help with marketing, especially if they are running a law practice. Law Firm Suites picks its top marketing articles that can be a great resource to any attorney.
10. How I Learned a New Practice Area in My Solo Practice
Solo attorney, Joleena Louis, discusses her experience handling an adoption case as a matrimonial attorney, and how learning a complementary practice area benefits her solo law practice.