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We’ve gathered the top performing Law Firm Suites blog articles of the week. Take a look and see what interests you!
1. Lawyers Mental Health: How to Prevent Burnout Syndrome
For lawyers who have ever suffered burnout, they appreciate just how stress can negatively impact their health. Life becomes a burden rather than a joy. Guest author Isabell Gaylord shares her tips on how lawyers can prevent and overcome burnout.
2. Referral Marketing and Why it’s Important to Lawyers [Infographic]
While content marketing and social media marketing are discussed and debated regularly, referral marketing is often neglected. And for many lawyers, referrals are their main source of new clients. So it only makes sense that you set up and perfect a system to get new referrals from other lawyers and satisfied customers alike.
3. Easy Tips On How To Grow and Strengthen Your Firm’s Brand Instantly
Right now, solo and small law firms have an opportunity to help others and grow their personal brand at the same time. If you find yourself in a position to help others grow, now is a great time to step up. Here are some tips on how you can create a strong personal brand during a crisis that will make clients want to work with you for years to come.
4. How To Expand Your Practice With Contractors
In this week’s edition of Things I Wish I Knew, New York family lawyer Joleena Louis shares how she has grown her practice with the help of contractors and is planning to keep using them instead of hiring full-time employees.
5. The Power of Community
“One of the primary ways I’ve been successful at reaching my business goal is with the support of my various communities, whether it be the Law Firm Suites community, mastermind groups, or your other law/business-related Facebook groups.” In this edition of Things I Wish I Knew, New York lawyer Joleena Louis shares how different communities have helped her build a successful practice.
6. Email Marketing Best Practices for Law Firms [Infographic]
Email has become one of the most powerful means of communication, especially when you need to make sure the information is sent quickly. This applies to lawyers as well, who are basically living in their inbox. Use this infographic to discover what you can do to improve the success rate of your firm’s email marketing efforts.
7. 5 Ways to Increase Referrals From Your Past and Current Clients
Many law firms are turning to client referral techniques as a means of increasing revenue and their client base. Your potential clients already trust their friends/peers a heck of a lot more than they’ll ever trust your firm’s advertising, and they’ll be cheaper for your company to acquire. So if you’re ready to take advantage of these super high-quality referrals then you’ll want to pay close attention to these tips.
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. Observations from Reception: Challenges of Being a Solo Attorney
“Over the last few years, I’ve had the opportunity to observe countless small and solo attorneys come through Law Firm Suites’ doors.” Law Firm Suites’ very own Megan Hunt shares challenges that face solo attorneys based on her observations from reception.
10. 5 Tips To Help Lawyers Build Rapport With New Clients
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.