From learning how to dress like a lawyer to law firm marketing, we blog about everything an attorney needs to know in order to be successful.
We’ve put together a list of our best performing blog posts of the week. Take a look and see what blogs spark your interest!
1. How to Dress Like a Lawyer: 5 Easy Tips to be a “Knockout” While Knocking Out the Competition
Like it or not, the way you dress will have an impact on your reputation. Dressing like a successful attorney will help you get new clients and build your personal brand. Learn how to use fashion to support the growth of your practice.
2. 6 Amazing Stats That Prove LinkedIn is Important for Lawyers [Infographic]
LinkedIn is a powerful tool for lawyers who want to boost their professional reputation and expand their referral network. However, many still doubt how effective LinkedIn can be when it comes to bringing in new business. We’ve created an infographic that showcases the statistics that prove the value of LinkedIn as a legal marketing platform for attorneys.
3. Why Your New York Virtual Office Matters to Clients
Even if you only signed up for a virtual office for the professional address and mail services, you never know when you might need to use the actual executive suite to meet a client. With this in mind, it’s important for attorneys to select a virtual office that will meet their client’s expectations.. In this article, we take you through the mindset of a client and how they might judge your virtual office.
4. 6 Things Lawyers Must Know Before Using a Law Firm Office Sublet in NYC
Most lawyers expect renting office space at a law firm to be a simple arrangement; however, there are some hidden problems that come along with subleasing space. Learn what you need to watch out for and how to assess certain risks before signing a sublease agreement.
5. Virtual Office NYC Attorney: My Solo Practice Ended My Marriage
Solo attorney, Vivian Sobers, loves being a lawyer and running her own law firm; however, it all eventually came at a cost. Read about the impact solo practice can have on an attorney’s relationships as Vivian discusses the demise of her own marriage.
6. I Felt like a Wallflower at Lawyer Networking Events Until I Started Doing This
Not all lawyers know how to effectively work a room, which can make networking events a challenge. Law Firm Suites founder, Stephen Furnari, discusses how he improved his networking skills using tips from body language expert, Vanessa Edwards.
7. How Solo Attorneys Can Embrace the Power of Authentic Law Firm Marketing
There is no magical formula for promoting a law firm, but finding a way to be genuine and honest in your marketing efforts can make a huge difference. Solo attorney, Joleena Louis, gives us her tips for using authentic marketing to let potential clients know who you are and separate yourself from your competitors.
8. Solo Attorney Burnout: How to Form Good Staff Relationships
Your staff is essential to your law firm success because they’re the ones who will be there for you when you’re spread too thin and solo life is starting to become overwhelming. Civil litigation attorney, Kerith Kentish, provides us with some tips for building a strong, positive relationship with your staff members so you can earn their respect and rely on their support.
9. 10 Tweetable Stats You Didn’t Know about Sharing Law Office Space
Sharing law office space could be the best thing for the growth of your firm. If you have any doubts about that, then check out these great tweetable statistics that reveal how beneficial sharing law office space is for a small law firm.
10. The Ethically Compliant Virtual Office in New York
Does your virtual law office comply with NYS JL 470? Check out this video presentation from Stephen Furnari that can help you find virtual office that meets your law firm needs and fulfills ethical requirements.