We’ve gathered our top posts that everyone is talking about this week!
Whether you have years of experience as a solo lawyer or are just starting out, we write about everything you need to know in order to be successful. Take a look and see what interests you!
1. Starting Over as a Solo Attorney: The Secret to My Success
Starting a new career can be a daunting experience, especially if you’re also launching your own business. In this article, IP lawyer, Nancy Baum Delain, shares her story of starting her own law practice in her late 40s and provides some tips that can help guide you on the path to success as a solo lawyer.
2. The Appeal Of A Shared Office Space
Shared office space provides the resources and amenities necessary for a small firm or solo to practice efficiently without the colossal expense a standard commercial office lease might promote. This article discusses four additional benefits of shared office space that make it so appealing to small firms and solo lawyers so you can decide if it’s a good fit for your practice.
3. Your Law Firm is Making You Fat and Unhealthy
It can be difficult for solo lawyers to maintain their health and fitness when they’re preoccupied with running their own law practice. In fact, studies show that working over 40 hours per week can increase your chances of being overweight. This article offers tips from actual small firm lawyers to help you make your health a priority in spite of having a busy schedule.
4. 6 Amazing Stats That Prove LinkedIn is Important for Lawyers [Infographic]
Some attorneys may doubt that LinkedIn marketing can bring in new business for their firm. Yet, 45% of all website traffic driven by social was from LinkedIn. This article includes impressive statistics and an infographic that demonstrates the power of LinkedIn’s reach for lawyers.
5. Why Your New York Virtual Office Matters to Clients
Impressing clients is the key to earning their business, which means every part of your law practice has to support your professional image. This article explains the role your virtual office can play in helping you maintain your reputation and bring in new revenue.
6. NYC Sublet Offices: They May Not Be Worth The Hassle
Subletting office space in a law firm seems like a simple way to start your law practice with professional office space; however, it actually comes with a lot of hidden problems. This article explains the top five things you should be afraid of with a cheap office sublet and how they could damage your practice.
7. Do Female Attorneys Get Along Better With Men Than Women?
Is it possible that female solo attorneys prefer to work with men? Are male attorneys easier to work with? In this article, solo attorney, Vivian Sobers, explains why she seems to have better working relationships with men so you can weigh in on the debate.
8. 7 Tips for Getting Referrals in a Manhattan Shared Office Space
Solo attorneys constantly ask themselves how they can get more referrals. A steady flow of referrals means accelerating the growth of your firm and easing your worries regarding getting new clients. This article offers tips to help you increase your chances of getting referred new business in a shared office space so you never have to worry about your finances.
9. Why Should Solo Attorneys Use Facebook for Advertising?
Do you have doubts about how effective Facebook can be in helping you find new clients? Are you hesitant to invest money into Facebook advertising? This article explains how attorneys can use Facebook advertising to reach their target demographic and set up campaigns for a low price.
10. Downtown Manhattan Office Space Should Stay Affordable For Lawyers
It’s no secret that average office space rent prices have risen sharply in Manhattan. However, space Downtown is still far less expensive when compared to rent prices in Midtown. This article explains how an office in the Financial District is still a bargain for lawyers so you can start your law firm in an affordable space.