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1. To Avoid Solo Attorney Burnout, Make Time for Family
It’s easy to burnout when you have so many responsibilities as a solo attorney. That is why the most successful lawyers lean on their family’s to help keep themselves grounded. This article explains how one solo attorney actively makes time for his family, helping him avoid isolation and returning to work feeling more motivated.
2. 5 Biggest Mistakes Attorneys Make on LinkedIn
LinkedIn is a great platform for building a strong online presence, however, there are many ways attorneys get it wrong. This article lists the most damaging mistakes we’ve seen attorneys make on LinkedIn that prevent them from getting new clients.
3. 4 Mistakes to Avoid When Starting Your Law Practice with a Virtual Office Rental
Even if you’re on the verge of opening up your law practice and becoming your own boss, you must make sure you’re prepared. That includes knowing which mistakes to avoid when using a virtual office. This article explains common behaviors of solo attorneys using a virtual office that can inhibit the growth of their law practice.
4. How I Improved Client Communication In My Solo Practice
One of the primary complaints clients have about their attorneys is a lack of communication. In this week’s edition of Things I Wish I Knew, Joleena Louis discusses issues she had with client communication in her solo practice and the steps she took to improve.
5. 10 Tweetable Stats You Didn’t Know about Sharing Law Office Space
Sharing law office space could be the best thing you ever do for your practice in terms of growth. If you have any doubts about that, then check out these great tweetable statistics that reveal how beneficial sharing law office space is for a small law firm.
6. Don’t Make These Foolish Mistakes In Your Law Practice
To have a successful law practice, one needs to know the ins and out of the industry so they can decipher what works best and what doesn’t for their practice. If you keep making the same mistakes, stop it now! It’s better to learn so you can grow and be successful for the future.
7. A Dual Licence Means You May Need A New York City Virtual Law Office
Having an additional license in another state is not uncommon for practicing attorneys. In NYC there are many states in such close proximity that it’s often wise to do so should you encounter a case that covers multiple jurisdictions. Discover how a New York City virtual office can help take your firm the next level.
8. Why Law Firms Fail: 8 Things Unsuccessful Solo Attorneys Do
Solo attorneys put a lot on the line when they decide to start their own practice, including money, reputation, and personal relationships. There is no recipe for success for law firms, but there are several things you can do to give your practice the best odds. Follow this article and avoid the mistakes that led to other law firm’s demise.
9. You Don’t Have Time For Weird NYC Shared Office Rules
Subletting office space in a law firm may seem like a cost effective way to get your solo practice off the ground; however, you might be getting more than you bargained for. Subletting office space means you have to abide by the rules of that law office. This article shows how those rules will impact your business, and lists a few examples of the unreasonable rules you might encounter.
10. Decorating Your Office in a Shared Space Can Boost Your Attorney
Your physical office can be a tool used to market your law practice. This article explains how to decorate your office so it serves as a conversation starter with referral sources and makes a good impression on clients.