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1. Top Tips for Lawyers Who Market to Millennials
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Millennials are the nation’s largest living generation. So if you are not targeting them as part of your marketing plan you are missing out on a large portion of the population. In this article solo lawyer, Joleena Louis shares the top techniques that have helped her effectively market to millennials.
2. I Followed My Passion and Started a Part-Time Law Firm
Every solo lawyer takes a different path towards self-employment. Some start their practice right out of law school, others might go solo after working in a larger law firm. Disability lawyer Michelle Morgan-Coole took a different route than most other solo lawyers. Listen to her story and learn how she followed her life’s passions and opened her own successful part-time law firm.
3. Mobile Technology is Having a Massive Impact on the Legal Industry [Infographic]
It shouldn’t come as a surprise when you hear that technology has become incorporated into our everyday lives. So it’s not surprising that according to the American Bar Association’s latest Legal Technology Survey Report, mobile lawyering is more popular than ever, and doesn’t appear to be slowing down. Follow this great infographic to learn more about mobile tech’s impact on lawyers.
4. How to Create Testimonials that Bring in More Clients [Infographic]
Every potential client who visits your site wants to know “will this lawyer help me?” Successful testimonials can help to answer that question for them. Follow this infographic and its simple step-by-step instructions to create compelling testimonials that help convert potential clients.
5. Temporary Meeting Rooms Give Attorneys A Reason To Be Excited
As an attorney, your work is really based on the cases you take and how frequent you see your clients. The need to meet can happen sometimes happen instantaneously and your office may not have space for it. Follow this article to learn how temporary meeting rooms can impress clients and save your firm money.
6. You and Your “Brand” – Perfect Together
You law practice should be client-driven, which means you should be doing everything to attract your ideal client and avoid taking the business of whoever walks through the door. This article provides advice for building a personal brand that will help you achieve distinction among your colleagues and bring in the best clients for your firm.
7. Beyond Cheap Rent: 5 Game Changing Benefits for Solos in Shared Lawyer Office Space
In addition to lower cost and sharing referrals, there are several other substantial benefits to sharing office space with other lawyers. Follow this article to learn about 5 lesser known benefits of shared lawyer office space that will make a huge difference for small firm practitioners.
8. Why Westchester T&E Lawyers Should Care About a Virtual Office Near Grand Central
Did you know that offering commuter clients the option to meet in a virtual office near grand central says you care about their needs? Discover the journey of one solo lawyer and how he used a Manhattan virtual office to get more business and to differentiate himself from the competition.
9. 7 Reasons Why Solo Lawyers Can’t Stay Focused and Fail at Execution
A solo lawyer’s mind is always racing, with new ideas and currents tasks constantly clouding their thoughts. Because of this, solo lawyers can have a difficult time staying productive. Follow this article to discover more reasons why lawyers have issues focusing and executing tasks.
10. Learning to Love Litigation
“Do we really dislike something as much as we say we do? I swore up and down from the start of law school that I didn’t want to get involved with litigation.” In this edition of Young Hungry & Committed, Annapolis virtual office lawyer Liz Johnson shares how she has changed her mindset and started to practice and perfect her litigation skills.