10 Things I Wish I Knew About Law Firm Marketing Before Going Solo [eBook]

By Stephen Furnari - June 15, 2016
10 Things I Wish I Knew About Law Firm Marketing Before Going Solo [eBook]

An inside glimpse of the marketing tactics one lawyer used to build a successful solo law practice in under three years.

What if you could get an insider’s look at how one lawyer went from zero clients to having a law practice that’s the envy of other lawyers, all in less than three years?

Real life advice for real life lawyers

Not long ago, New York Matrimonial lawyer Joleena Louis was an uncertain, but driven, new solo. In just a few short years she transformed herself into one of the most prolific legal marketers in New York.

During this time Joleena has been chronicling her solo practice journey in her weekly blog series Things I Wish I Knew.

In the eBook 10 Things I Wish I Knew About Law Firm Marketing Before Going Solo, you will get an insider look at the marketing tactics Joleena used to build her firm.

Don’t learn legal marketing the hard way

There is no shortage of theoretical advice available from legal marketing experts. But what happens when you put theoretical principles to work in a real life solo practice?

Putting any theory into action can be time consuming, mentally taxing and can be expensive, especially if you don’t have a lot of experience.

The goal of the Things I Wish I Knew series is to provide an unvarnished look at what happens when you take theoretical best practices and put them into action.

The tactics Joleena used to build her practice aren’t complicated

What should be clear after reading this eBook, is that it doesn’t take a herculean marketing effort to be successful in a solo practice. Joleena is just like you, always stretched for time and constantly searching for solutions to market more efficiently.

Like most lawyers, Joleena’s best source of new business is referrals. But what has made Joleena more successful than other attorneys is that she employs a number of highly efficient strategies to cultivate new referral sources, including the use of social media.

Then, when she gets referrals, she has developed systems to get the most business out of each and every lead.

Joleena uses the same tried and true marketing tactics as most lawyers, but she gets the most value out of each and every one.

Download our new eBook and learn:

  • How to develop a personal brand to make your firm stand out from the competition.
  • How to get prospective clients to find you by using authenticity in your marketing.
  • Tips for networking when you are short on time and feeling anti-social.
  • How busy lawyers can use blogging and social media to get clients.
  • And much more!

This eBook has information that most other lawyers are too afraid to share. It will give you insight into the triumphs and failures that make a successful legal practice.

Use them to take your practice to the next level.

About Stephen Furnari

Stephen Furnari is a self-employed corporate attorney and the founder of Law Firm Suites, the operator of coworking spaces for law firms. Through Law Firm Suites, Furnari has helped hundreds of attorneys launch and grow successful law practices. He is the author of several eBooks, including “7 Deadly Mistakes that Prevent Law Practice Success” and “An Insider’s Guide to Renting the Perfect Law Office”. Stephen has been featured in the ABA Journal, Entrepreneur, New York Daily News and Crain’s New York. Connect with Stephen on Twitter (@stephenfurnari).

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