Are you planning for the future of your small law firm? If not, you should be.
We’ve gathered our favorite articles that can help you plan for the future of your small law firm. Take a look!
1. Why Your Solo Practice Needs A 5 Year Plan
“Where is your firm going to be in five years? It’s a question one of my clients, the CEO of a successful startup, recently ask me. I was stunned and didn’t have a great answer.” Follow along as New York virtual office lawyer, Joleena Louis, shares the importance of a five-year plan, and why every single solo lawyer must have one.
2. Creating a Strategic Marketing Plan
When it comes to marketing there is one rule that always remains true, the only bad marketing is no marketing. You should always be strategically marketing your practice, but how do you “strategically” advertise a law practice? To help, follow this article and learn more about how to create a strategic marketing plan that helps to move the needle for your firm.
3. Preparing Your Law Firm to Compete in a Changing World
Whether you like it or not, the world is changing. And lawyers need to change and adapt with it or run the risk of being left behind. To help you and your firm get ahead of the curve, use the advice in this article to learn about other trends that are picking up steam in the legal industry.
4. Organize For Success
If other lawyers saw your office, would it inspire them to send you referrals? A shared law office space can be a gold mine of client referrals. By organizing your office space and social routine correctly, you can open the door to opportunities that have the potential to significantly increase your income. Use the advice in this eBook to learn how to do just that!
5. 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.
6. Disaster Recovery for Law Firms
There is often never any warning for a disaster, whether it be natural or man-made. Use this comprehensive guide to help make sure your firm is prepared for any type of catastrophic disaster at any given time.
7. Planning Your Law Firm: Projecting Income and Efficiency
When starting a new firm, the real difficulty arises when you try to accurately project your income. If you’re starting with guaranteed clients, then making projections is easier. If not, then it can be extremely difficult. Read this great article to get great tips on how to better prepare your new practice and set it up for a more stable and successful future.