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1. My 4 Biggest Solo Law Firm Challenges in 2018
“Only a month into the new year and I’m already facing some interesting challenges. At the end of each month, I like to take a look at what is working in my practice and what is not.” So with that in mind, these are some of the things this solo lawyer is definitely going to work on this year.
2. How to Build an Ironclad Referral Network for the New Year
Referrals are the backbone of any law practice. And while you can’t control when a referral will be sent your way, you can certainly create more opportunities. Follow this article to get the three tips that helped one solo to build a strong referral network.
3. 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.
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. How I Got Three New Clients in a Matter of Hours
Don’t reinvent the wheel…Sometimes we get so wrapped up in more elaborate marketing plans and ideas that we forget the simple things. A good marketing technique doesn’t necessarily have to be complex or costly. Follow this article to learn how other solo lawyers are quickly getting new clients without using complex marketing techniques.
6. Conference Room Rentals Definitely Have Their Advantage
As an attorney, your work is really based on the cases you take and how frequent you see your clients. The need to meet can happen sometimes happen instantaneously and your office may not have space for it. Follow this article to learn how temporary meeting rooms can impress clients and save your firm money.
7. Marketing Mistakes That Will Drag Your Firm Down
Running a law practice can leave you feeling like you’re juggling countless tasks. It’s something that every solo or small firm lawyer goes through. And marketing your practice plays a large role in that process. Follow this article and avoid making these common marketing mistakes that drag law firms down.
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. 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.
10. 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.