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We’ve gathered the top performing blog articles of the week. Take a look and see what interests you!
1. 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.
2. Cut your Firm’s Expenses with Conference Room Rentals
Whether you are a solo attorney or a partner in a large firm, hosting a meeting outside your firm’s main office in a rented conference room can add serious value to your firm’s bottom line. Discover how the right conference room rental can save your firm time, money and headache!
3. How to Find the Inspiration to Grow your Firm
An entrepreneur is driven by growth. They are willing to take calculated risks that take their business to the next level every year. Learn how one solo lawyer grows her firm by finding inspiration from different sources.
4. The One Thing That Will Make Your Solo Law Practice Far More Successful
Ever wonder why an attorney with legal skills that are not as good as yours, and who has half your smarts, has a solo law practice that eclipses yours, even on your best month? How that attorney perceives and reacts to adversity (and success) may be the explanation.
5. 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.
6. Should Solos Discuss Legal Fees Over The Phone?
“Should solos discuss legal fees over the phone? This is a very common question among solos and one I thought about extensively when starting my practice.” In this week’s edition of Things I Wish I Knew, solo lawyer Joleena Louis shares her thoughts and experiences of discussing legal fees over the phone.
7. 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.
8. Conference Room Rentals Definitely Have Their Advantage
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.
9. Culture Clash: Pitfall of a Multi-Professional Shared Office Space
Attorneys are a very specific type of professional that is meant to adhere to specific ethics and codes of conduct. Messing up as an attorney is not an option. Being an attorney means you have very specific needs as a professional. Discover why a particular shared office space may not be the right environment for you in the long run.
10. 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.