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1. 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.
2. How to Use Negative Feedback to your Advantage [Infographic]
For lawyers, negative feedback can present itself in several different forms, such as a bad online review, a disappointed client spreading comments through word of mouth, or even direct criticism from peers, coworkers, or supervisors. No matter which form it takes, you can use this infographic to learn how to best respond and react to negative feedback.
3. 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.
4. How To Ensure Your Home Office Makes You Look Professional
You may choose to work from a home office simply because you can, or for other valid lifestyle reasons. Since more and more lawyers are choosing that path, here are some tips to make sure your practice appears professional to clients and colleagues.
5. 3 Ways a Virtual Office Can Increase Professionalism for Your Home-Based Law Practice
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.
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. Don’t Let Your Law Office Move Overwhelm You
Moving a law office is time-consuming. Worse, you will be working at a far lower efficiency and you can easily begin to feel overwhelmed. When this happens you are more prone to mistakes and your stress will go through the roof. To help, we have come up with four easy to follow tips that will have an incredible impact the next time you move your law office.
8. The 4 Best Books For Solos Starting a Law Practice
If you want to start a successful law practice, then you have to take steps to really understand how it’s done. What better way to learn than through the experiences of others? These books will help any current or soon to be solo gain the skills they need to effectively run their own practice.
9. Watch Out for These 6 Red Flags When Bringing on Potential Clients
A bad client (or many bad clients) will increase your stress and cause you to hate your work. I’m in my happy place when I work on cases that I believe in and with clients I trust. My goal is to never have that one case or file that I avoid simply because I hate it.
10. 7 Simple Habits Solo Lawyers Point to for Their Success
Successful solo lawyers put in countless hours of hard work, determination and have an incredible hunger to be the best. But in addition to all those things, most successful solo lawyers can point to several habits that have helped them along the way. Follow this article and benefit your practice by using the same simple habits as other solo lawyers.