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1. Discovering What Excites (and Sometimes Concerns) Me in My Solo Practice
Life as a solo lawyer is full of ups and downs, so it is important to remember why you chose the path of a solo lawyer in the first place. Learn about the things that have excited, concerned and helped one solo lawyer during her first few months of being self-employed.
2. DC Tax Lawyer Details the Effects of the President’s Proposed Changes to Tax Laws
Donald Trump has proposed to make several tax law changes now that he has entered office. Follow along as DC tax lawyer Glen Frost details those different proposed tax law changes and discover how they can impact you and your firm.
3. 7 Tips for Getting Referrals in a Shared Law Office Rental Space
A steady flow of referrals means accelerating the growth of your firm and easing your worries regarding getting new clients. Use this article to get tips that will help you increase your chances of getting referred new business in a shared office space.
4. How to Choose the Best Moving Company for your Law Firm
Unless you are starting a firm for the first time and the only thing you need to move is your computer, hire a moving company. Plus, hiring the right moving company is essential to a quick and painless law office move. Follow these tips to make sure you hire the right moving company for your practice.
5. How to Turn Your Law Firm Website Into a Referral Machine – DIY Guide Part 1: NAP(S)
Your new law firm website might look fantastic, but if it doesn’t bring in any new clients, then what is the point? The most important thing you have to do after building a website is to then make it visible on search engines. Follow the SEO steps that one small firm lawyer took to boost her firm’s search ranking.
6. Tips for Cultivating Referrals from your Legal Peers
Your legal peers can be your best source of referrals. But much like any other relationship, there are certain things you can do to increase the likelihood of a long-lasting mutually beneficial relationship. Discover two simple tips that will help you create more powerful and mutually beneficial referral partnerships.
7. 5 Rules to Follow When Sending Referrals
For many lawyers, sending referrals is one of the best ways to ensure that they will receive referrals in return. But this is a delicate and sometimes tricky process. Learn about five different rules that you must consider when sending referrals to your colleagues.
8. Why You’ll Never Get Bigger Than Solo [Video]
You can make a really good living as a solo attorney, but if you have the ambitions to scale up, hire associates and add on other lawyers, it can be really challenging. Watch or read the transcript of our interview with D.C tax lawyer Glen Frost to discover how he went from solo practitioner to running a firm of 20+ employees.
9. The Effect of Automation in the Legal Industry [Infographic]
The legal industry is typically not the fastest when it comes to adapting to and embracing new technology. But regardless, times are changing and the legal industry is changing quickly. Follow this useful infographic to learn how the legal industry is adapting to and slowly embracing help from automated legal tools.
10. Law Firms Use a Satellite Office to a Get Leg Up on the Competition
Here’s the bottom line: Non-lawyer clients can’t easily distinguish your firm from that of your competition, and that’s not good. Follow this article and learn how law firms are using a New York satellite office to distinguish themselves from the competition.