8 Best Resources for Running a Modern Small Law Firm

By Law Firm Suites - March 24, 2017
8 Best Resources for Running a Modern Small Law Firm

Great resources for running a modern small law firm!

Running a modern law firm is how you will succeed in today’s market. These great resources can help you do just that!

1.  The Long Nine: Essential Software for the Modern Law Practice

Over the past few years, technology has started to play a larger and more impactful role in the practice of law. And going forward, this trend doesn’t look to be slowing down. One of the most useful pieces of technology for lawyers has been the incorporation of legal software. Follow this article to learn about the different types of software that every lawyer should be using in today’s modern legal industry.

2.  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 and brand to potential clients. Standing out amongst the crowd is key to the success of your practice. This article offers simple branding tips you can adopt to set yourself apart from the competition.

3.  A Lawyer’s Guide to Effective LinkedIn Marketing

In a recent survey, 70% of participants said they use LinkedIn to research professional service providers. So LinkedIn is a prime place to tell clients why they should be hiring you! Download this eBook to learn how to use LinkedIn to get clients for your law firm.

4.  Virtual Lawyers Dish: Strategies for Success

Virtual office attorneys share unique challenges when compared to their colleagues in physical office space. Several Law Firm Suites clients generously shared with us how they’ve made their virtual office practices successful. Download this eBook and use their experiences to build your successful practice.

5.  How 3 Small Firm Lawyers Use Hootsuite to Manage Social Media Posts

As a solo or small firm lawyer, you are your brand. In a market compelled by the need to be socially connected, it damages your personal brand if you don’t have a social presence. 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.

6.  3 Tips on Helping Your Firm Go Paperless [Infographic]

Sustainability has become one of the largest trends in the legal industry over the past few years. But making the switch to a paperless office won’t happen overnight. Follow this infographic to get great tips on how to break your firm’s unhealthy (and expensive!) relationship with paper.

7.  Money Management: 8 Tips to Benefit Your Solo Law Firm’s Bottom Line

Starting your solo firm is a nerve racking process. Your financial status is never far from your thoughts. Finances often spawn worrying questions that can keep a solo attorney up at night. This article offers money management tips that will help you avoid being surprised when you look at your bank account balance.

8.  Practice More, Prospect Less: Find the Right Network

Connecting with potential clients is a job on its own and as a small firm or solo practitioner, finding the right network can make this endeavor easier. Rocket Lawyer’s On Call program allows participating attorneys to virtually connect with prospective clients across all practice areas and jurisdictions. This article offers additional tips on how to successfully participate in a legal plan network.


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