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1. 52 Stats On Remote Working For Lawyers [Infographic]
The remote working trend is growing faster than ever, and lawyers are taking note! Follow this article to get 52 stats and discover if remote work is right for you!
2. 5 Ways Your Law Firm Can Block Out Disruptions in The Legal Industry
Over the years, advancements in technology have rendered many industries prone to disruption and the legal industry is no exception. The firms that are able to navigate those disruptions the best are those that innovate and leverage new technology and business models for better product creation, analysis, improved productivity and more. Discover what you and your firm can be doing to block out disruptions from within the legal industry as a whole.
3. 5 Tips On Running A Home-Based Law Firm For The First Time
With more solo and small firm lawyers starting to work remotely, there’s a good chance that you might be considering whether it’s right for you as well. If that’s the case, follow this article to get tips on how to build a home-based practice to ensure your practice is as profitable and productive as possible.
4. The Top Tips I’ve Learned From Facebook
The new year means a fresh start, and for entrepreneurial attorneys, that means reviewing our marketing strategy. In this week’s edition of Things I Wish I Knew, New York solo lawyer Joleena Louis shares the top tips she has learned when using Facebook to market her firm.
5. How to Create a Perfect Client Experience
Legal matters are not always pleasant. Your clients know that. What they expect from your firm is convenience, efficiency, and effectiveness. They come to you with complete confidence that you’ll do things right, with enough involvement from their part. How do you provide that perfect client experience? You need to support the client through their entire journey, making their interactions with your law firm as stress-free as possible. Let’s get to the details.
6. Leaving A Firm and Going Solo: Advice On How To Succeed As A New Solo
Don’t assume that owning your own solo law firm is something mythical or impossible because it isn’t. Yes, it is very different from being an associate or partner working in someone else’s firm, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t pursue the idea of being a solo practitioner. If you’ve delayed starting your own solo venture because you can’t quite figure out how to make the mental leap from employee to owner, this article is for you.
7. Why Shared Law Office Space Is A Safer And Cheaper Option
No matter if you have been practicing for 30 years or you are fresh out of law school, the office that you choose to practice out of can make a massive difference in the success of your practice. Learn the benefits of shared law office space and why other lawyers are making the switch.
8. Tips on How to Set and Achieve Your Law Firm’s Goals for 2020
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.
9. How To Grow Your Firm Without Sacrificing Your Personal Life At The Same Time
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. As eager and motivated new law firm owners, we re-prioritize our family, friends, and unrelated personal interests – all in the name of capturing opportunity and building our own personal empires. Building a successful law practice doesn’t have to be all or nothing. Here’s how to grow your firm without sacrificing your personal life.
10. Lawyers Working In An Office Are Getting Ahead Of Their Competition And Here’s Why
The benefits that come with working in an office every day, with other lawyers and professionals, can not only bring many of the same benefits but can also change your practice for the better and accelerate the growth of your new solo or small law firm. Follow this article to learn more.