From choosing a virtual law office to learning a new practice area, we’re sharing our most popular blog articles of the week!
Whether you’re marketing your law practice or learning how to dress to impress, we have the best resources for solo and small firm attorneys. Take a look at our top blog posts for this week:
1. 7 Signs You Aren’t Ready to Practice Law with a New York Virtual Office
You shouldn’t start your law practice with a virtual office if you aren’t willing to take full advantage of what it has to offer. This article lists obvious signs you’re going to waste the potential of your New York virtual office.
2. 6 Amazing Stats That Prove LinkedIn is Important for Lawyers [Infographic]
Some attorneys doubt that LinkedIn can help them bring in new business for their firm. If you need proof that LinkedIn is a worthwhile marketing platform for your practice, then you should take a look at this infographic. This article provides six statistics that explain why LinkedIn is the ideal marketing tool for lawyers.
3. 5 Tips For Keeping Clients Happy as a Solo Attorney
Providing great customer service in your law practice is the key to getting your clients to retain your services again and refer you to their network. This article explains easy tips you can use to make sure you keep your clients happy so you never have to worry about where to find your next piece of business.
4. 3 Mistakes Lawyers Make When Choosing a Virtual Office in the NYC Financial District
Selecting a virtual office for your law firm isn’t as simple as choosing an address. Failing to properly evaluate the quality and service of your virtual office provider could lead to problems down the road. This articles lists mistakes you should avoid making when searching for the right virtual office so you can successfully solidify the legitimacy of your practice.
5. How I Learned a New Practice Area in My Solo Practice
Sometimes learning a new practice area that compliments your current practice can help you bring in more business for your firm. Solo attorney Joleena Louis explains how she began learning a new practice area and the steps she took to learn the ropes.
6. How to Dress Like a Lawyer: 5 Easy Tips to be a “Knockout” While Knocking Out the Competition
Your fashion sense is a necessary tool to cultivate your personal brand. It might even mean the difference between closing a new client or losing out to the competition. This article provides tips to help you learn how to dress like a professional, well-respected lawyer so you can support your practice goals and bolster your personal brand.
7. How Solo Attorneys Can Embrace the Power of Authentic Law Firm Marketing
Authentic marketing means building trust, respect and credibility with your target audience by being honest and genuine about who you are and what you stand for. Making an effort to sound more authentic in your marketing efforts is what will set your apart from the competition and get you noticed by potential clients. This article lists steps you can take to start developing a more authentic voice in your marketing so you can win more business.
8. What Solo Attorneys Should Expect from Virtual Office in Financial District NYC
Finding the right virtual office for your firm does require some time and research. We secret shopped several providers in the Financial District to make it easier for you. This article lists expectations attorneys should have for their virtual office provider so they can see a greater return on their investment.
9. 5 Branding Tips For Solo Attorneys From Unlikely Sources
Branding is a huge part of building your solo law firm, but it can be difficult to find inspiration when only relying on resources within the legal industry. Check out the top branding tips we’ve gathered from pop culture sources so you can learn how to differentiate yourself.
10. History of the Legal Virtual Office [Infographic]
Do you know the history of the legal virtual office? We created an infographic that outlines when the first one started and how it has developed over time so you can learn how it became a preferred office arrangement for many attorneys.