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We’ve gathered the top performing blog articles of the week. Take a look and see what interests you!
1. Would You Rent Shared Office Space in NYC if it Cost $450/month? We’ve Made it Happen
In a 2013 article, MyShingle.com blogger and solo attorney Carolyn Elefant challenged the profession when she asked: “Would you rent office space if it only cost $500/month, and what can we do to make it happen?” We took her challenge to heart, learn how we have helped to make it happen.
2. Why Westchester T&E Lawyers Should Care About a Virtual Office Near Grand Central
Did you know that offering commuter clients the option to meet in a virtual office near grand central says you care about their needs? Discover the journey of one solo lawyer and how he used a Manhattan virtual office to get more business and to differentiate himself from the competition.
3. 5 Things to Consider When Choosing a Bank For Your Solo Practice
When starting your own solo or small firm, one of the first things you will need to do is open up a bank account for your practice. While at first this may sound simple, there are several things you must consider when selecting a bank, and those decisions will affect your entire practice. Learn from one solo lawyer about all the different things you must consider when selecting a bank for your new firm.
4. Why Attorneys Sharing Law Office Space Thrive [Infographic]
Several studies have confirmed that solo professionals sharing office space earn more than those who work from their homes. Similar results have been shown specifically for attorneys sharing law office space. This infographic shows why sharing law office space makes attorneys more financially and professionally successful based on the results of a survey of solo lawyers.
5. 4 Time Management Methods For Solo Attorneys
Time management is crucial to every law firm, but it’s even more important for solo attorneys. Start becoming more productive in your law practice with these four tips that help attorneys stay organized and remain focused throughout the day.
6. You Don’t Have Time For Weird NYC Shared Office Rules
Subletting office space in a law firm can be a cost effective option for your solo practice; 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 firm, and lists a few examples of the unreasonable rules you might encounter.
7. You and Your “Brand” – Perfect Together
Your 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 input from one solo lawyer on building a personal brand that will help you achieve distinction among your colleagues and bring in the best clients for your firm.
8. 10 Tweetable Stats You Didn’t Know about Sharing Law Office Space
Sharing law office space could be the best thing you ever do for your practice in terms of growth. If you have any doubts about that, then check out these great tweetable statistics that reveal how beneficial sharing law office space is for a small law firm.
9. How 3 Small Firm Lawyers Use Hootsuite to Manage Social Media Posts
Social media. You either love it or hate it. But did you know that solo and small firms attorneys who embrace social media reach a more diverse market and increase their earning potential? This article explains how three solo and small firm lawyers have used the social media management app, Hootsuite, to give their online marketing a boost.
10. 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 to lower expenses. However, there are many other benefits for virtual office that are often overlooked and underutilized. Whether you’re starting a law firm or expanding into new markets, this article provides the ultimate list of virtual office benefits for lawyers.