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1. Things I Wish I Knew… What’s the Best Way to Resign From Your Job?
Everybody has advice about your career path. No one tells you the best way to resign from your job. But for most solo lawyers, this would great information to have. To help, one solo lawyer shares her story of how she finally decided to quit her job and start her own solo practice.
2. 20 Things Respected Lawyers Do Every Day [Part 1]
To be a successful lawyer, you will need respect. Without it, you won’t get far. But nobody is respected by coincidence, there are certain characteristics that are common among highly-respected people. Follow this article and get 10 great tips that will help you command the respect you deserve as a successful lawyer.
3. Vivian Sobers, Virtual Office Lawyer: 4 Steps for New Solos to Get Clients
Just because you are new solo lawyer, doesn’t mean you can’t go after large, high-profile cases. But getting those cases is easier said than done. Follow the four steps one virtual office lawyer and recent law school grad used to go from zero clients to getting high profile cases in less than a year.
4. I Felt like a Wallflower at Lawyer Networking Events Until I Started Doing This
For some people, going around the room and networking with other lawyers comes naturally. But for most of us, that is not the case. To help improve your confidence and overall networking skills, follow these five easy to implement tips and crush it at lawyer networking events.
5. 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.
6. Why Law Firms Fail: 8 Things Unsuccessful Solo Attorneys Do
There are many reasons why law firms fail and solos must work hard to sustain their practice. This article lists the things you should avoid doing, so you can make sure you maintain a high level of quality service, work product and lifestyle as a solo attorney.
7. The “Written” And “Unwritten” Rules of Conference Room Etiquette
Lawyers 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 an image of respect among your colleagues.
8. 7 Simple Habits Solo Lawyers Point to for Their Success
Successful solo lawyers are determined and have an incredible hunger to be the best. But in addition to all those things, most successful solo lawyers can point to several habits that have helped them along the way. Follow this article and benefit your practice by using the same simple habits as other solo lawyers.
9. 8 Biggest Challenges of a Small Firm Lawyer [Infographic]
It’s not easy running your own law practice. We surveyed lawyers about the biggest challenges they faced in their small firms and created an infographic that identifies the top eight challenges they shared.
10. 20 Things Respected Lawyers Do Every Day [Part 2]
One of the simplest and most effective ways to learn, is to follow the experiences of others that have come before you. Follow this article to discover how other lawyers have developed highly-respected personal brands, and learn how that respect has impacted their careers.