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1. How To Offer Payment Plans And Actually Get Paid
One of the most effective things a solo can do is know their worth and stay firm on their fees. In this edition of Things I Wish I Knew, solo lawyer Joleena Louis gives her tops tips for offering payment plans to potential clients.
2. The Necessities for Every Virtual Office Lawyer
Your clients and colleagues have an expectation about what your office space will be like. They expect that they will be meeting you in a law office. Make sure the office center where you are renting your meeting space is consistent with your clients’ expectations.
3. What You Need To Know About Temporary Meeting Rooms for your Firm
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.
4. Update your Practice by Marketing with YouTube
Want to increase your ranking on the web? Using one of the top rated video media sites in the world could help. YouTube has become more of a rule rather than an option in today’s world of marketing. This article explains how you can leverage the power of YouTube to improve your website’s search rank and connect with potential clients.
5. Why Lawyers Crave Shared Office Space
A shared office space parallels traditional office rentals in many ways. The main difference is that a shared office is typically fully-equipped and provides you with the tools you need to run a law firm minus the huge overhead. Follow this article to learn the four main reasons why solos and small firms want to use a shared office space for their practices.
6. What To Post On Social Media To Get New Clients
The biggest roadblock to successful social media marketing is a lack of consistency. And that lack of consistency comes from not having a plan or knowing what to post regularly. New York solo lawyer Joleena Louis shares how she has used social media to get new clients for her firm.
7. Mobile Technology is Having a Massive Impact on the Legal Industry
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.
8. 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.
9. How Flexibility Has Shaped My Firm
One of the most attractive aspects of being solo is the ability to have a flexible schedule. In this week’s edition of Things I Wish I Knew, Joleen Louis shares how the flexibility that comes with being a solo has shaped her career, life, and her business.
10. How Lawyers can Increase Revenue by Decreasing Busy Work
Many lawyers face the temptation is to try to do everything on your own to save money, especially if you’re starting a practice on a shoestring budget. Wasting time in your practice can limit your income potential, or even worse, it can destroy your firm. Follow these tips to make sure that doesn’t happen to your practice.