Get practical advice from real lawyers and learn their solutions to some of the biggest frustrations associated with small law firm practice.
Many attorneys choose to start their own practice so they can enjoy the freedom and flexibility of being their own boss. But, running a small firm comes with its own set of challenges.
Luckily, attorneys can learn a lot about managing and growing their practice from fellow practitioners.
Here are a few key reasons why it works:
Everyone has something to offer
All solo attorneys have their own skills and ideas to offer. Talking to them will help you find innovative ways to tackle challenges. You can always benefit from the guidance of your colleagues.
It saves you time
You can research practice management trends and solutions on blogs and forums, but sometimes it takes too much time. Often, it’s simply faster to ask another lawyer for help.
Lawyers want to help
You should never assume that asking questions and seeking guidance will be bothersome to your colleagues. There are ways of learning from others and seeking their counsel that won’t be perceived as an inconvenience.
Advice from other lawyers in the trenches is often the most valuable
Nothing against non-lawyer consultants to the profession, but if you need help with any practice issue, the advice from a practicing lawyer who has already solved the problem you are experiencing will be the most authentic and valuable.
Start learning from other attorneys now!
Our clients and colleagues generously share their best tips with us, and we do our best to distribute this advice. That is why we wrote our eBook, Real Life Solutions to the 10 Biggest Challenges of Small Firm Practice.
This eBook features advice from actual small firm attorneys who understand what it’s like to juggle all of the responsibilities of running a small law practice. We’ve gathered their stories and put them in one place so you can find the solutions to some of your most frustrating problems.
What you’ll learn in this eBook:
- How to start landing clients with limited resources. A commercial litigator shares how she implemented a few basic tips and got her practice off the ground.
- The best ways to manage overwhelm. A general practice attorney outlines what he does to effectively manage his law practice and personal life.
- How to avoid wasted time on initial consultations. An immigration attorney explains his innovative approach to charging consultation fees, which helps him avoid giving away free legal advice.
These attorneys explain in their own words the challenges they’ve experienced and offer actionable tips they’ve used to overcome those challenges. You’ll be able to take what you learn in this eBook and immediately apply it to your practice.