Law Firm Suites’ Top 10 Blog Posts of the Week For Attorneys

By Law Firm Suites - January 31, 2016
Law Firm Suites’ Top 10 Blog Posts of the Week For Attorneys

Check out the blogs posts solo and small firm attorneys found most interesting this week.

From personal branding to marketing your law firm, we have everything you need to know to run a successful law practice. Take a look!

1.  7 Best Articles on Creating a Killer Personal Brand

Personal branding may not be something you learned in law school, but it’s necessary for any solo who wants to attract new business. These resources will help any attorney demonstrate their unique value to prospective clients and referral sources. 

2.  I Felt like a Wallflower at Lawyer Networking Events Until I Started Doing This

Networking is critical for solo lawyers who need to bring in new business; however, it can be a challenge for those who are not natural extroverts. Law Firm Suites founder, Stephen Furnari, explains how he used body language advice to get 48 new contacts at an industry conference.

3.  Why My 2016 Solo Law Practice Goals Won’t Be SMART

How you develop goals for your law practice is just as important as having them. Solo attorney, Joleena Louis, discusses the SMART method of goal setting and why setting goals based on someone else’s idea of “attainable” isn’t the right path for her law practice.

4.  7 Best Articles for Law Firm Marketing on Twitter

A solid Twitter presence is essential for a law firm to thrive in today’s social media-driven world. Check out these great resources that can help you learn how to use Twitter to develop key relationships and promote your law practice.

5.  4 Biggest Mistakes Solo Attorneys Make

Mistakes happen when you’re handling a law practice on your own. It’s what you learn from them that really matters. Matrimonial solo discusses the top four mistakes she has seen solo attorneys make that prevent a successful law practice and what she recommends solos do instead.

6.  The Big Pivot: How I Transformed My Legal Career

Have you ever felt like you just didn’t want to practice law anymore? It’s a common occurrence in a profession that is so demanding. Corporate attorney, Mark Guay, shares his experience of rediscovering his passion for being a lawyer and how he became a different kind of lawyer.

7.  How to Form Good Staff Relationships

Having a dedicated, reliable staff is an asset to any solo attorney, especially when you get overwhelmed. Civil litigation attorney, Kerith Kentish, discusses how to cultivate positive relationships with your staff so you can keep your practice operating smoothly.

8.  Finding the Ethical New York Virtual Office

A virtual office is a cost effective way for attorneys to launch a solo law practice. But not all virtual office providers are created equal. Learn what you need to know to ensure that you are using an “ethical” virtual law office.

9.  7 Articles About the Best Apps for Solo Lawyers

In the digital age, it’s important that your law firm is connected and using the best resources possible. Here’s are our favorite articles about lawyer apps that can help you better organize your firm.  

10.  4 Time Management Methods For Solo Attorneys

It’s easy to feel overwhelmed as a solo attorney. Use any of these time management methods to get yourself back on track and make your law practice more efficient.

About Law Firm Suites

Law Firm Suites is the leading NYC shared office space for solo attorneys and small law firms. At Law Firm Suites, attorneys get headache free sublet office space, virtual office rentals and litigation hotel services. Law Firm Suites has two locations in Manhattan, one in White Plains NY, and one in Annapolis MD. Law Firm Suites' community of self-employed lawyers are eager to help colleagues succeed, and routinely exchange over $2.5 million in legal business every year in each LFS business center. Connect with Law Firm Suites on Twitter and .

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