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1. Law Firm Holiday Marketing Ideas
“November and December are are slow months for my divorce practice so I use the time to ramp up my marketing for the big boost in business in January.” In this week’s edition of Things I Wish I Knew, New York solo lawyer Joleena Louis shares her top tips for marketing during the holiday season.
2. How To Screen Potential Clients
It‘s not uncommon for new solos to quickly come across problems with consultations. They’re often able to get people to through their doors but they aren’t being retained. There is an obvious disconnect somewhere. Follow this article to discover five different questions you should ask yourself before scheduling a consultation with a new potential client.
3. 5 Policies & Procedures Your Solo Practice Needs Now
You’re a human just like everyone else, and as such, you’re going to make mistakes. And that’s fine! But to help limit those mistakes, you should have step-by-step checklists and instructions for every task that must be done. Follow this article to learn about other important policies and procedures that will help your practice run smoothly.
4. How to Get the Most Out of Your Boston Virtual Law Office
Running a Boston virtual law office requires both skill and the right mindset. Learn about what is required of lawyers who are making the switch from a brick and mortar law firm to a virtual office in Boston.
5. What Lawyers Should Know About Online Reviews
If lawyers do not pay attention to social media, Google My Business online reviews and testimonials, your firm will stay stagnant while your good standing dwindles. Now is the time to pay attention to the online customers and respond to them. Your firm’s longevity depends on it.
6. The Necessities for Every Virtual Office Lawyer Business Lawyers: How to be a Hero to Your Clients [Infographic]
According to a research study conducted by Avvo, 51% of small business owners said they haven’t hired a lawyer because they think lawyers are too expensive. Use this infographic to learn how you could be a hero to all of your clients by changing their perception of legal costs, helping them save money and avoiding future legal headaches.
7. Is Your Law Practice Mature?
How mature is your law practice, Attorney? I love this question. It takes your thoughts in a totally different direction when you’re considering how to manage your law practice. Dina Lynch Eisenberg JD of OutsourceEasier.com shares her personal advice on how maturity plays a huge role in the future of your practice!
8. 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.
9. 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!
10. Fears that Keep Lawyers Up at Night
There are many different opinions out there explaining why lawyers have higher stress levels, but the one common denominator is simply that lawyers have a lot to worry about. Take a look at this helpful infographic to learn about the top fears of other lawyers, and also get tips on how to combat those fears.