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1. 7 Ways To Make Your New Solo Law Firm Look More Professional
Starting your own solo law firm means you’re going to be starting from scratch. That means it’s on you to set up your email, design a logo, write and build your own website and web content. While those things are necessary, that doesn’t mean you have to create them yourself. If you’re going to make a great and professional impression with your new clients then you’re going to want to follow these tips.
2. The 3 Best Ways to Grow Your Law Firm’s Blog and Online Following
Blogging is an important part of the legal marketing toolkit, especially for solo attorneys who have to work independently to promote themselves and establish their credibility. If you hope to grow your firm’s blog and its impact on your practice, then you will want to check out these 3 tips.
3. 5 Legal Marketing Tactics to Avoid
Waiting for a client to come knocking on your door isn’t the most effective way to market your firm, especially since most of your competitors are leveraging many different legal marketing tactics. In this article a marketing expert shares what he believes to be the top five marketing mistakes that lawyers must avoid.
4. Why Do Solos Choose Lawyer Coworking Space in White Plains?
Coworking is not for everyone, but for some home-based solo lawyers, coworking is a must. Location is everything and is incredibly important. You need to have a space that is prestigious, but also convenient for you and your clients. Follow this article to learn why a lawyer coworking space in White Plains may just be your best bet.
5. 5 Policies & Procedures Your Solo Practice Needs Now
You’re a human just like everyone else, and as such, you’re going to make mistakes. And that’s fine! But to help limit those mistakes, you should have step-by-step checklists and instructions for every task that must be done. Follow this article to learn about other important policies and procedures that will help your practice run smoothly.
6. 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.
7. How To Offer Payment Plans And Actually Get Paid
One of the most effective things a solo can do is know their worth and stay firm on their fees. One solo lawyer gives a behind the scenes look into her tops tips for offering payment plans to potential clients.
8. How To Modify And Improve Your Law Firm’s Website [Infographic]
The year is new and many lawyers are planning on making some changes to their practice, and one of those big changes could be updating your firm’s website. You might be ready to update your firm’s website but do you know what’s the best way to go about it? These tips will point you in the right direction.
9. How To Outsource When You’re A Control Freak
“Delegation is very hard for me. It just doesn’t come naturally. My practice is my baby and I like to be in absolute control over everything.” In this edition of Things I Wish I Knew, solo lawyer Joleena Louis shares how she delegates work while fighting her urges as a control freak.
10. Is Your Law Practice Mature?
How mature is your law practice, Attorney? I love this question. It takes your thoughts in a totally different direction when you’re considering how to manage your law practice. Dina Lynch Eisenberg JD of OutsourceEasier.com shares her personal advice on how maturity plays a huge role in the future of your practice!