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1. Why Your New York Virtual Office Matters to Clients
Solo attorneys often select a New York virtual office in order to make a good impression on their clients. However, sometimes it can be difficult for lawyers to get into the mindset of their ideal client and really understand what they expect. Follow this article to learn what a client might be looking for when searching for an attorney and why your New York virtual office matters to them.
2. 4 Tips for Growing a Powerful LinkedIn Network
As a growing number of professionals spend more time on LinkedIn, lawyers have an unprecedented opportunity to cultivate relationships with colleagues and clients. Implementing these four easy steps can help you get started finding new business for your law firm using LinkedIn.
3. 7 Great Holiday Gifts for Solo Attorneys
It is already late November and before we know it the holidays will be here. It’s about time to start thinking of gifts before it’s too late. Since solo lawyers are busy and have little time for hobbies outside of work, they can be difficult to shop for. Here are seven holiday gift ideas that are perfect for solo attorneys.
4. Philly Clients Impressed by Solo Lawyer’s Virtual Office New York Address
One of the greatest benefits of a virtual office is that you can open offices in several different cities, without having to physically be there. This is exactly what one Pennsylvanian lawyer has done with a New York City virtual office. Learn how one lawyer impressed his local clients and grew his practice by using an NYC virtual office.
5. How I Improved Client Communication In My Solo Practice
One of the primary complaints clients have about their attorneys is a lack of communication. But being a solo without a secretary or receptionist makes staying on top of communication with clients even more challenging. Follow this article to discover the tactics one solo lawyer has used to improve her communication with her clients.
6. 5 Tips for Developing Your Personal Brand Without Sounding Too Salesy
For most of us, there are few things worse than listening to someone constantly brag about their experience and qualifications. But as a solo lawyer, you need to establish and promote your personal brand as often as possible. Use the experiences of one solo lawyer to learn subtle, strategic ways to promote your brand and get more clients.
7. Why Introverted Attorneys Should Try Networking on Social Media
Attending networking events can be a challenge for an introverted attorney. Solo attorney, Joleena Louis, discusses how she uses social media as an alternative to in-person networking because it makes engaging with her target audience easier.
8. To Avoid Solo Attorney Burnout, Make Time for Family
It’s easy for solo attorneys to work all the time because there is always something that needs to be done. However, spending too much time alone and working too many hours is not only unhealthy but also counterproductive. Use this article to learn more about three simple things you can do to avoid solo attorney burnout.
9. Court to Non-Resident NY Attorneys: Get an Office Here If you Want to Practice
In a two-to-one split decision released on April 22, 2016, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit held that a New York State law requiring non-resident attorneys to have a physical office address in New York did not violate the privileges and immunities clause of the U.S. Constitution. Follow this article to learn more about §470 and how it can impact your firm.
10. Starting a Solo Law Firm: 3 Things I Considered Before I Quit My Job
Leaving the security of an established firm to go out on my own is not a decision made lightly. Starting a solo law firm can be risky, but most solo lawyers would agree that it’s also highly rewarding. Follow one solo lawyers journey of quitting her job and paving her own path as a solo lawyer.” class=”hs-cta-wrapper”>