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We’ve gathered the top performing blog articles of the week. Take a look and see what interests you!
1. How To Keep Your Practice Running When You Travel Often
A surprising number of solo’s and small firm owners never take time off. Just because your a solo lawyer, doesn’t mean you are forced to work forever without any breaks. One New York family lawyer explains why you need to be taking vacations as a solo!
2. Looking For A Downtown Manhattan Office For Your Firm?
Getting your own office for your firm is a huge accomplishment. You can have eccentric office decorations or they may even want an office cat to roam the site. That is, of course, if your firm is willing and able to pay for the privilege. Discover how a shared Downtown Manhattan office might be a better option.
3. I Made Big Changes in my Practice This Year and This is What I Learned
“2017 has been the best year yet for my practice and I attribute that success to some of the changes I made throughout the year.” In this week’s edition of Things I Wish I Knew, New York solo lawyer Joleena Louis gives insight into the changes that have made this year her most successful one yet.
4. Essential Business Tips for your Solo or Small Practice
There are tens of millions of businesses in the U.S., and your solo and small firm is one of them. Some businesses are more successful than others, but why? What are they doing differently than you? Follow the simple and effective business tips in this infographic to ensure your solo or small practice reaches its full potential.
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. 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.
7. 3 Easy Steps to Expand Your Practice This Week
Expanding your practice is way easier said than done. But that doesn’t mean it’s impossible. Use the experience and expertise of one Rock Star professional to expand your law firm.
8. 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.
9. 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.
10. Are All Solo Attorneys Entrepreneurs?
“An entrepreneurial lawyer is someone who takes complete responsibility for the success of his or her practice.” So are solo attorneys entrepreneurs? Some say yes, others no. Follow this edition of Things I Wish I Knew to get Joleena Louis’s take on the concept.