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1. Virtual Office NYC Attorney: My Solo Practice Ended My Marriage
Running a solo law practice takes a lot of time and attention away from other aspects of your life. Thus your career will impact your personal life and relationships. This article provides a personal account from New York City attorney Vivian Sobers, about on how the success of her solo practice contributed to the failure of her marriage.
2. 5 Quick Tips For Happier Clients
How you treat your clients will become a defining part of your reputation, and your current clients can ultimately become some of your biggest brand ambassadors. But making sure your clients are completely happy and understanding of expectations is a difficult task. To help, here are five quick things you do make sure your clients are happy and ready to send you referrals.
3. Don’t Let Your Law Office Move Overwhelm You
Moving a law office is time-consuming. Worse, during that process, you will be working at a far lower efficiency. When this happens you are more prone to mistakes and your stress will go through the roof! To help, we’ve come up with four tips that will have a huge impact the next time you move your law office.
4. 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.
5. I Felt like a Wallflower at Lawyer Networking Events Until I Started Doing This
For some people, making instant connections and networking comes naturally. But for most of us, we have to work extra hard at networking events. Improve your confidence and overall networking skills by following these five easy tips and crush it at lawyer networking events.
6. Put Pro Bono to Work for You: A Conversation with Small Firm Practitioner Anthony Butler [Interview]
Think you can’t make time for pro bono because of your demanding job? Think again, because pro bono work offers many benefits to attorneys, including help with time management. Use this interview with Maryland lawyer Anthony Butler to learn how pro bono work and a volunteer agency can help elevate your practice.
7. Your Law Firm Website Bio: Why It Matters & Tips For Nailing It
Although it may seem like a minor detail, the lawyer’s website bio plays a major role in the success of their practice. It can be the deciding factor when potential clients are doing their initial research. Follow this article to learn about the importance of your website bio and discover how to make yours stand out.
8. The Up-Front Costs of Leasing Law Office Space May Stop You Before You Get Started
An office sublet or executive suite rental requires minimal up-front investment to get started. Getting into your very own leased office space, however, requires a substantial up-front cash investment that may be too much for some lawyers. Use this article to learn more about how expensive leasing office space can really be, and discover which options might be better suited for your new law office.
9. 3 Ways a Virtual Office Can Increase Professionalism for Your Home-Based Law Practice
You may choose to work from a home office simply because you can, because it’s less expensive, or for other valid lifestyle reasons. However, as a home-based lawyer, you will encounter clients, colleagues or adversaries who assume that you are less professional (and less successful) because you work from home. Here are three easy tips on how to use a virtual office to get more clients and make your home-based law practice more professional.
10. 5 Things I Have Learned Never to Take for Granted as a Solo Lawyer
Most solo lawyers have a deep appreciation for several different aspects of their practice. Since many solo lawyers decided to go out on their own after working in other firms, they understand how great running their own practice really is. Discover how going solo has impacted one New York lawyer, and learn what her firm has taught her to never take for granted.