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1. My Law Firm’s Transition to a Virtual Office
As you grow your law practice you may find that your needs change, many of those changes can impact your office arrangement. This article explains how one solo lawyer transitioned her law firm from an in-office rental to a virtual office agreement, and reviews the positives and the negatives of this decision.
2. You Don’t Have Time For Weird NYC Shared Office Rules
Subletting office space in a law firm may seem like a cost effective way to get your solo practice off the ground; however, you might be getting more than you bargained for. Subletting office space means you have to abide by the rules of that law office. This article shows how those rules will impact your business, and lists a few examples of the unreasonable rules you might encounter.
3. Could Solos Soon Be Priced Out of Sublet Law Office Space in NYC?
It’s difficult to move a law practice. As long as attorney subtenants feel they are being treated fairly, they tend to stay put as long as they can. However, favorable market conditions could leave more solos without long term office sublet agreements. This article explains how solo lawyers should plan for future office space needs and what they should do in the event they’re asked to vacate a sublet law office unexpectedly.
4. You and Your “Brand” – Perfect Together
You law practice should be client-driven, which means you should be doing everything to attract your ideal client and avoid taking the business of whoever walks through the door. This article provides advice for building a personal brand that will help you achieve distinction among your colleagues and bring in the best clients for your firm.
5. Decorating Your Office in a Shared Space Can Boost Your Attorney Image
Your physical office can be a tool used to market your law practice. This article explains how to decorate your office so it serves as a conversation starter with referral sources and makes a good impression on clients.
6. 7 Frequently Asked Questions about Workstation Rentals in a NYC Legal Suite
Several years ago, workstation rentals were the exclusive domain of young lawyers trying to keep their overhead costs low. But with increasing frequently, experienced attorneys are using a workstations as permanent, affordable workspace solutions. This article is the ultimate FAQ about workstation rentals in a NYC legal suite for lawyers starting solo practices on a budget.
7. Money Management: 8 Tips to Benefit Your Solo Law Firm’s Bottom Line
Money management is an essential skill solo attorneys must learn if they want to build a successful law practice. This article provides tips you can use to keep your finances in check and avoid being surprised when you look at your bank account balance.
8. The “Written” And “Unwritten” Rules of Conference Room Etiquette
Solo attorneys in shared office space frequently use conference rooms to meet clients; however, many of them fail to mind their manners. You must always be aware of proper conference room etiquette because it can have an effect on your referral potential. This article explains how to use a conference room in a considerate way so you can maintain respect and esteem among your colleagues.
9. I Felt like a Wallflower at Lawyer Networking Events Until I Started Doing This
Networking can be challenging for anyone and it’s often difficult to get over the awkwardness of trying to meet people at an event. This article will help you make a good impression at your next networking event by explaining how one attorney used simple body language tips to make dozens of new contacts at an industry conference.
10. 7 Tips To Earn Income In Your NYC Shared Law Office Space
Renting shared law office space will get you more than a place to hang a shingle. It’s a tool you can use to bring in new business for your firm. This article highlights several effective ways you can leverage your shared law office to meet valuable referral sources and grow your law practice.