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Need help with legal tech or finding a virtual office? These articles can help you succeed at managing your practice!
1. 3 Common Sense Business Skills for Building a Successful Law Practice
Law schools don’t teach the basic business skills needed to run a successful practice. Which is ironic considering a law practice is a business at its core. This article will help you identify and hone practical business skills you didn’t learn in law school.
2. 5 Tips for Solos to Get Back to Being Productive after Vacation
For most small firm lawyers, feeling overwhelmed and incapable of getting everything done is a permanent state of being. However, on the Tuesday morning after a long weekend (which for many of us was preceded by a full-on holiday), work anxiety may be particularly acute. This article lists tips to manage overwhelm and quickly get yourself back to productivity after vacation.
3. Why I Rarely Worry About Money as a Solo Attorney
Being a business owner is stressful, and the number one thing you stress about is money. However, worrying about your financial performance can keep you up at night and actually interfere with the quality of your work. This article explains how one solo attorney was able to minimize the stress when it comes to her firm’s finances.
4. Your Biggest Mistake When Converting Law Firm Leads into Clients
Sometimes you might find yourself out there hustling for new business, but not converting as many leads into clients as you would like. Your main problem might be that you’re giving up on leads too soon. This article offers advice on how to properly nurture your leads so they actually become paying clients.
5. Why Attorneys Sharing Law Office Space Thrive [Infographic]
Several studies have confirmed that that solo professionals sharing office space earn more than those who work from home offices. Similar results have been shown specifically for attorneys sharing law office space. This infographic shows you the reasons why sharing law office space makes attorneys more financially and professionally successful based on the results of a survey of solo lawyers.
6. A Dual Licence Means You May Need A New York City Virtual Law Office
Are you admitted in another state and wasting money on bar fees because you’re not taking full advantage of it? In NYC there are many states in such close proximity, many lawyers in the NY Metro area have licenses in multiple states. This article explains how a virtual office helps solo attorneys and small law firms who work from one state and want a premium commercial office address in a different state.
7. 4 Painful Problems Lawyers Encounter When Touring Law Firm Sublets
The process of finding, and actually seeing, an available law firm sublet is full of unexpected speed bumps. This article lists problems lawyers frequently encounter when touring law firm sublet offices so you’ll be better prepared the next time you’re looking for new office space.
8. What Are The Benefits of a Virtual Office for Lawyers? Well, Here’s 50 of Them.
Many lawyers choose to work from home and use a virtual office because it saves them money. However, there are many other benefits for virtual office that are often overlooked or underutilized. Whether you’re starting a law firm or expanding into new markets, this article provides the ultimate list of benefits of a virtual office for lawyers.
9. 4 Virtual Law Office Software Programs That Increase Productivity
You don’t have to be tied down to a brick-and-mortar location every day to run a successful law practice. Virtual law office software can save you time and money, while keeping client information secure. This article lists the best virtual law office software tools you can use to manage a successful practice at a low cost.
10. 5 Branding Tips For Solo Attorneys From Unlikely Sources
In today’s market, it can be difficult for solo attorneys to demonstrate their unique value to potential clients. Differentiating yourself is key to the success of your practice. However, branding is a tough task that sometimes needs inspiration from elsewhere. This article provides branding tips for solo attorneys from non-lawyer sources that will help you stand out in the marketplace and make a good impression.