7 Best Articles for Reaching Your Goals as a Solo Lawyer

By Law Firm Suites - January 5, 2018
7 Best Articles for Reaching Your Goals as a Solo Lawyer

We’ve gathered the top articles for reaching your goals as a solo lawyer. Take a look!

As a solo lawyer, it’s important to assess your firm to establish your goals. We’ve scoured the web to find the best articles that will help you reach your goals. Take a look!

1.  How to Help Your Firm Reach its Goals by the End of the Year

If you haven’t reached all the goals you set at the beginning of the year, then you have two options: give up now or go hard and accomplish as much as you can in the next few weeks. Follow one solo lawyer’s experience and get great tips on how to finish the year strong and set your firm up for a productive and motivating start to 2017.

2.  Writing a Business Plan for Law Firm – Law Firm Business Plan Sample

At their hearts, law firms are similar to all other businesses. This means that like other businesses, your law firm needs a well detailed and thorough business plan in order to be successful. To help, the New York City Bar Association has created a comprehensive guide, explaining what a proper business plan contains, and steps on how to build a plan for your firm.

3.  Helping Law Firms of All Sizes Reach Their Top Goals (Part 1 of 2)

Setting goals for your firm is important, but which goals are going to help take your firm to the next level? In order to grow your practice, you need to set the right goals and take active steps towards accomplishing them. Follow this article to learn about which goals you should be setting for your growing firm and advice on how to reach them .

4.  Establishing Financial Goals: Tips for New Leaders

In order for your firm to be both lasting and valuable to your clients, you have to set establish motivating, but realistic financial goals. With all the other tasks you have one your plate as a solo or small firm lawyer, setting these goals can sometimes be forgotten. To help, the American Bar Association has put together a list of three things you can be doing to help set practical financial goals for your firm.

5.  Creating a Strategic Marketing Plan

When it comes to marketing your firm, you won’t get very far or see many results without a structured marketing plan. With a marketing strategy, you can better know what to expect from your marketing efforts, as well as understand both how and why marketing dollars are being spent. Follow this article to learn what a marketing plan consists of, and how you can start building one for your firm today.

6.  Why My 2016 Solo Law Practice Goals Won’t Be SMART

You have probably heard the advice that your goals need to be SMART: specific, measurable, attainable, realistic and timely. While that system may work for some lawyers, that doesn’t mean it does for all. Learn how one solo lawyer has created her own way of setting goals and doing the same might benefit your firm as well.

7.  Helping Law Firms of All Sizes Reach Their Top Goals (Part 2 of 2)

This article is a continuation of another article that highlights the goals that other law firms are setting, as well as how they are achieving them. Follow this article to learn about how you can improve your firm by following the example of other successful lawyers.

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