7 Best Resources for Creating a Successful Law Firm Growth Plan

By Law Firm Suites - July 14, 2017
7 Best Resources for Creating a Successful Law Firm Growth Plan

Great resources for creating a successful law firm growth plan!

In order to have productive law firm growth, you need to have a plan. These articles can help!

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 asked 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.  How to Work with Freelance Lawyers to Increase Profits, Decrease Stress and Get Your Life Back

Running a solo or small law firm can leave you feeling buried under a never ending mountain of work. While you could certainly use the help, maybe your budget doesn’t allow you to hire a full-time staff member. Download this eBook to get advice so your next experience with a freelance lawyer helps you to increase profits, decrease stress and get your life back.

3.  Thinking Like Your Client: Strategic Planning in Law Firms

Corporations invest significant time and energy on strategic plans.  Law firms, on the other hand, devote much less effort to strategic planning as compared with their corporate clients. Follow this PDF to learn how lately,  firms are beginning to change, and are applying more rigor and discipline towards measuring and managing the performance of their firms.

4.  Free Law Firm Growth Calculator Lets You Set Path for Success

We all want to grow our firm’s business, but what exactly do we need to achieve our goals? Thankfully, there’s a simple, interactive tool available that can help firms find out just what they need to meet their growth goals. Follow the tips in this article to learn more about this great Tool!

5.  Positioning your Small Law Firm for Growth

The time has come–you’re ready to start growing your small law firm. But no matter the goal for your expansion, growth is not the easiest task. Use the advice in this article to make sure your firm is in the best position possible when it comes time to take your practice to the next level.

6.  Strategic Planning for Law-Firm Success and Growth

Whether you’re a solo practitioner or at a large firm, it is essential to know where you’ve been, where you’re going, and how you will keep growing. With that in mind, a strategic planning process is the best way to achieve success in the long run. Follow this article to get more actionable tips on how to create a strategic growth plan for your practice.

7.  Organize For Success

If you were to walk into another lawyer’s office and you found an unorganized mess, you’d probably be less likely to refer them any new business. It’s true! Use this free eBook to discover how organizing your office space and social routine correctly can open the door to more referral opportunities.

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One thought on “7 Best Resources for Creating a Successful Law Firm Growth Plan

  1. Helpful article. Lawyers should also include key team roles as part of their strategic planning. Adding remote time can leverage your time while still allowing you to smoothly run your law practice.

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