Law Firm Suites’ Top 10 Blog Posts of the Week

By Law Firm Suites - January 3, 2016
Law Firm Suites’ Top 10 Blog Posts of the Week

From client communications to solo attorney burnout, Law Firm Suites gives its top picks for blog posts of the week.

Law Firm Suites chooses its top blog posts of the week. Take a look and see what interests you!

1.  How I Improved Client Communication In My Solo Practice

Good communication with clients is key for a successful law firm. Are you doing your best to maintain consistent client communication? Solo attorney, Joleena Louis, gives us her four best tips to ensure you’re keeping clients happy.

2.  Solo Attorney Burnout: 4 Tips For Delegating Legal Work

Solo attorneys often have trouble doing one thing: delegating. Civil litigation attorney, Kerith Kentish, shows us how to train clerical staff to minimize the chances of suffering from burnout.

3.  [Video] What is a Virtual Law Office?

For some, a virtual law office is a confusing concept. Law Firm Suites founder and corporate attorney, Stephen Furnari, gives us the basics of a virtual law office, and how it differs from a virtual law firm and virtual legal services.

4.  9 Best Articles for Starting a Solo Law Firm

Are you starting your own solo law firm? It’s a challenging task that is both rewarding and difficult. Make it easier by checking out these great articles that explain what it takes to become a solo attorney.

5.  How to Improve Your Legal Writing (Part 1)

Legal writing is a skill that every attorney needs. Solo attorney, Joleena Louis, gives us her own opinion of her legal writing in Part 1 of a two-part piece, and tells us her plan to improve her own legal writing skills.

6.  Think You’re Getting A Deal With A Cheap Virtual Office in New York? Think Again

A cheap virtual office sounds appealing, but you will soon see that the word “cheap” in any form of real estate is never a good thing. Law Firm Suites gives insight on how to ensure you always choose a virtual office that is “full service.”

7.  Philly Clients Impressed by Solo Lawyer’s Virtual Office New York Address

It is possible to practice in both Philadelphia and New York with a virtual law office. That New York address may even impress your clients! See how a virtual law office not only makes practicing easier, but also impacts your overall marketing.  

8.  [Infographic] Why Attorneys Sharing Law Office Space Thrive

You can’t argue with data. A number of surveys, including our own, prove that attorneys sharing law office space are statistically more successful than their peers who do not. Check out our infographic that gives insight into why attorneys are successful in a shared law office.

9.  5 Steps to Making a Great First Impression When you Greet Clients at Reception

Reception is the one place that can make or break a first impression. Follow these easy tips so you never find yourself messing up that first interaction with a client.

10.  Are Natural (Ethnic) Hairstyles Professional For Legal Practice?

Hair is often a way people, especially young women, express themselves; but when does a hairstyle call your professionalism into question? Solo attorney, Joleena Louis, discusses ethnic/natural hair and how she keeps what some consider an unprofessional hairstyle work appropriate.

About Law Firm Suites

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