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1. Having Fun as a Solo Lawyer: My Experience So Far
“The next time my minister neighbor (and now friend!) is talking to someone who may need the help of an estate planning attorney, I am sure he will remember me.” Follow this article and learn how one solo lawyer is learning to grow her practice while having fun and developing referral relationships at the same time.
2. Biggest Website Design Trends of 2017 [Infographic]
Today, the look and usability of your firm’s website carry more weight than ever. If your site doesn’t look modern, clean and consistent with the rest of the internet, then you’re already off to a poor start with potential clients. Use this infographic to make sure your firm’s website looks good and is following the latest design trends.
3. Don’t Let Your Personal Image Cost You Referrals
For small firm attorneys and solos, appearing credible is always an issue, especially in a B-to-B practice. There are basic things that clients (and attorneys who refer clients) will expect you and your practice to have. Follow this article learn why you must pay careful attention to your personal image if you ever want to receive referrals from your peers.
4. 25 Must-Have Components for Every Law Firm Website [Infographic]
In today’s legal industry, a well-designed and thorough website is essential to your firm’s success. Seriously, if your firm’s website isn’t up to par, then your practice is in trouble. Follow this simple and well-designed infographic to learn about the 25 different features that every single law firm website must have.
5. Want to be a Successful Lawyer? Then you Must Believe in Yourself
As a solo lawyer, you are always learning how to improve your skills. Most likely, there are things that you’ve done that you need to do more consistently, and there are things that you need to stop doing. Follow one solo lawyer’s experiences to learn how she discovered that self-confidence is the first step towards being a successful lawyer.
6. For Solo Attorneys and Small Firms, Wasted Time is Wasted Money
The bottom line is this: for solo attorneys and small firms, wasted time is wasted money. Our suggestion: solo and small firm lawyers should audit their time. Take a look at your behavior on a daily basis. By auditing your time, you can reclaim billable hours and profit you never even knew you were losing.
7. 3 Reasons Why Attorneys Choose to Use Virtual Offices
A virtual office rental is a financial arrangement where solo attorneys and small law firms pay a low monthly fee to rent the use of a premium commercial address in an executive office suite. Discover why cost, collaboration, and community are the three main reasons why lawyers choose to use virtual offices.
8. How I Find Clients By Giving Away Information For Free
One of the many ways to attract your ideal client is to establish yourself as an expert in your field. And one of the easiest ways to do that is by giving out as much free information as possible. One solo gives her top tips on how to effectively find clients by giving away information for free.
9. 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.
10. 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.