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1. Tips on How to Set and Achieve Your Law Firm’s Goals for 2020
The beginning of the year serves as a fresh start for every business, not just law firms, but if you want to get rolling starting on January 1st, 2020 then you need to start planning now. The challenge is how to build a plan that’s ambitious enough to inspire but practical enough to be implemented. Here are 5 things you should be doing today to build your firm’s business plan for 2020.
2. How To Grow Your Firm Without Sacrificing Your Personal Life At The Same Time
Here’s how to grow your firm without sacrificing your personal life. Launching and scaling any type of law firm comes with no shortage of sacrifices, and it’s no surprise that many of these concessions start at home. Building a successful law practice doesn’t have to be all or nothing.
3. Should Attorneys Charge a Consultation Fee?
In this week’s edition of Things I Wish I Knew, New York lawyer Joleena Louis approaches the much-debated topic of consultation fees among solo attorneys and shares her views on it.
4. 5 Tips to Help Introverted Lawyers Build Stronger Firms and More Productive Client Relationships
As a solo or small firm attorney, networking and socializing with peers and clients is the primary way to grow your firm. Which usually requires you to attend a lot of events. This can be a bit of a challenge for many lawyers who tend to be more introverted in nature. These 5 tips will help even the most introverted of lawyers to grow their practices build strong and supportive professional connections.
5. Stop It Now! 5 Things Every Attorney Needs To Quit Doing In 2019
Almost every lawyer struggles with time management. The solution to this problem does not lie in trying to find more hours in the day. The key to real, meaningful productivity is identifying the most important, essential tasks that drive success, and working to de-prioritize or eliminate the rest. If you want to get the most out of your time and increase effectiveness/productivity then here are 5 things you have to stop doing in 2019.
6. Law Firm Website Best Practices [Infographic]
We all know it, the world of legal marketing is changing faster than ever. The days of TV ads and billboards are fading and a client-centric educational based content marketing approach is rising to the top. A strong web presence, mastery of local SEO and content strategy is crucial to your firm’s success. Follow this infographic to learn of the top 4 law firm website best practices that every law firm should know about!
7. 5 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Starting Your Own Law Firm
how do you start a law firm that will stand the test of time and beat the odds? There are many things you can do to prepare yourself or tools you can buy, but having a set plan and established goals will help make sure your practice starts out on the right foot. Before you leap into opening your solo or small law firm aka your new business venture, consider these 5 questions.
8. Shop Talk: Clients Who Don’t Pay Piss Me Off
The number of clients who just don’t pay their legal bills never ceases to amaze me. Frankly, it pisses me off. You’d think that clients would think twice about stiffing a professional who is in the lawsuit business, but they do not. Law Firm Suites’ founder and corporate attorney, Stephen Furnari, spouts off about deadbeat clients and questions why lawyers do not pursue collections more aggressively.
9. 6 Tried and True Tips to Increase Law Firm Profitability [Infographic]
Law schools are good at teaching how to be a good lawyer, but don’t always cover the skills that you will need to run a successful and profitable. It is a problem that is slow to change course, which is ironic considering a law practice is a business at its core. Check out this infographic and see which tried and true profitability tips you’ve been missing out on!
10. Lawyers Working In An Office Are Getting Ahead Of Their Competition And Here’s Why
It’s not uncommon for new solo or small firm lawyers to work remotely, using virtual offices for their professional business addresses while actually working from home or a coworking space. Discover several perks (many of which you’ve probably never even thought of) that come with operating a law firm within a lawyer focused office suite.