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1. A Business Mindset Can Help Your Solo Law Firm Succeed
If you ever want your solo practice to be a success, you will need to hone your skills not only as a lawyer but also as a business person. Listen to the advice within this article to discover various tools and mindsets that help lawyers better manage all the tasks that come with running a law practice.
2. What Not To Do When Starting A Law Firm with a Virtual Office Rental
Even if you’re on the verge of opening up your law practice and becoming your own boss, you must make sure you’re prepared. That includes knowing which mistakes to avoid when using a virtual office. This article explains common behaviors of solo attorneys using a virtual office that can inhibit the growth of their law practice.
3. How I Save Time and Energy by Making Fewer Decisions
“I’m learning more and more to pay attention to my body and energy. I need a certain level of energy to provide the highest quality work, and I was starting to find that by the late afternoon I was completely drained.” One solo lawyer shares the simple tips that save her energy while boosting her firm.
4. 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.
5. Reflections On Four Years As A Solo
“My firm is coming up on its four year anniversary so I’ve been reflecting on everything I’ve learned.” In this week’s edition of Things I Wish I Knew, Matrimonial lawyer Joleena Louis shares the most important things she’s learned since going solo.
6. Why White Plains Lawyers Love Shared Office Space
Shared office spaces are similar yet different to traditional office rentals. Follow this article to learn the five main reasons why solos and small firms in White Plains love to use shared office space for their practices.
7. How To Deal With Being Fired By A Client
“This week I was fired by a client and I felt……relieved. Honestly!” In this week’s edition of Things I Wish I Knew, New York solo lawyer Joleena Louis shares how she actually improved her practice after being fired by a client.
8. 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.
9. How to Talk to Clients About Sensitive Issues
Effectively communicating with people who are coping with intimate issues, like death, can be very difficult and your approach will need to vary depending on the person and their situation. Follow this article to learn how one solo works with clients who don’t want to talk about the sensitive issues.
10. 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.