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1. What Not To Do When Starting A Law Firm with a Virtual Office Rental
So you’ve decided to start your own solo law firm. You have everything planned out and you’ve already decided to use a virtual office rental. You’ve thought of everything…or have you? Starting your law firm with a virtual office rental is a smart idea, but learn which mistakes to avoid.
2. Web Design Trends you Need to Know for 2018
As an attorney, you weren’t trained to spot shifts in design trends. To help, the design and printing experts at Coastal Creative have (for the fourth year in a row!) listed what they believe to be the newest and most popular design trends for 2018. Take a look for yourself and discover what changes you should be making to your website, ensuring you’re a step ahead of the competition.
3. 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.
4. 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.
5. How to Get the Most Out of Your Boston Virtual Law Office
Running a virtual law office requires both the skills as an attorney and a forward-thinking entrepreneurial spirit. Embracing the benefits that modern technology brings to your law firm. Learn about what is required of lawyers who are making the switch from a brick and mortar law firm to a virtual office.
6. My Top 5 Mobile Apps For Solos
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. In this week’s edition of Things I Wish I Knew, New York solo lawyer Joleena Louis shares her top five favorite mobile apps that she uses in her own solo practice!
7. 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.
8. Balancing Work Life and Personal Life: My Journey So Far
As solos, it’s almost impossible to keep our work and personal lives separate. So work-life integration is figuring out a way to combine them both without sacrificing one for the other. This article goes over the steps one lawyer has taken to improve her work-life integration and create more personal time.
9. White Plains Lawyers: Here’s How to Eliminate your Competition
Here’s the bottom line: your potential clients can’t easily tell the difference between your firm and your competitor’s.
The reality is the average person just doesn’t understand the nuances of the legal profession. Nor do they care to. How White Plains law firms are using a virtual office in the City to get a leg up on the competition.
10. 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!