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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. 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.
4. My Firm’s 2018 Goals
“It’s that time of year again! I am a very goal-oriented person and setting and reaching goals each year helps keep me motivated and keep my practice on track.” In this week’s edition of Things I Wish I Knew, solo lawyer Joleena Louis shares the goals and ambitions of her firm for this coming year.
5. 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.
6. 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.
7. Shared Law Office Space Can Get You More Referrals
Referrals are the name of the game in law. They boost your bottom line while also helping you improve your skills as an attorney. If you’re a new lawyer, then you will quickly learn why referrals are the best sources of new business. Discover why shared law office space is one of the easiest and quickest tools you can use to build those lucrative referral relationships.
8. 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.
9. 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.
10. Should Solos Discuss Legal Fees Over The Phone?
“Should solos discuss legal fees over the phone? This is a very common question among solos and one I thought about extensively when starting my practice.” In this week’s edition of Things I Wish I Knew, solo lawyer Joleena Louis shares her thoughts and experiences of discussing legal fees over the phone.