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1. 5 Ways to Spring Clean Your Solo or Small Law Firm
Spring cleaning your practice can show you what processes need improvement, help you streamline everyday operations, and give your law firm a fresh start to tackle the rest of the year. Here are five ways you can freshen things up at your solo or small law firm apart from literally dusting or vacuuming your law office.
2. 3 Ways Lawyers Can Fortify Their Entrepreneurial Spirit
Having a strong entrepreneurial spirit is an essential character trait needed for lawyers hope to build, develop, and grow a successful law firm. Spirit is what separates the entrepreneurial winners from losers and those who’s firms fail to reach their full potential. Set yourself up for success and grow your practice by strengthening your entrepreneurial spirit.
3. Everything Lawyers Need To Know About Marketing on LinkedIn
Using LinkedIn for business development is a very good idea. Perhaps, one of the best if you are working in the b2b segment. With regard to legal practice, your professional image is of great importance and LinkedIn provides powerful tools to aid its creation and growth. Plus, there are more additional LinkedIn features discussed in this article that every lawyer needs to know.
4. How to Make Connections at Networking Events That Actually Lead To Referrals
As a solo lawyer, conferences and networking must be a part of your marketing strategy, and it would be unfortunate to miss those opportunities because you feel awkward making small talk with strangers. Here are three steps you can take to break the ice at any event that will help you build confidence and impress new referral sources.
5. The Power of Community
In this week’s edition of Things I Wish I Knew, New York solo lawyer Joleena Louis shares how different communities have helped her build a successful practice that continues to grow month after month.
6. 7 Ways Attorneys Can Build Links for Their Websites
Of course, you want your law firm’s website to take top positions in search results. After all, the better it turns out, the higher the probability of getting new customers, whose eyes most often stop precisely after the first 3-5 resources they see. Building links to your law firm’s website is essential is you ever hope to improve its search rank, thankfully this article will show you how to do just that.
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. 7 Best Articles on Self Development for Lawyers
To run a successful practice, you have to always be thinking ahead and improving, not just how you operate your firm, but how you operate as a lawyer and entrepreneur as well. These articles can help you do it right!
9. 7 Key Tips For Creating A Profitable Virtual Law Office
Working in a virtual law office environment still poses some challenges that will set back seasoned remote working pros. It’s easy to get distracted by things that need to get done around the house, Netflix, your video game console, or pets! Being alone all day is just too hard for some people. Or if you’re not alone, your family members may not understand that you’re actually working. But that doesn’t mean you’re out of luck, here are some tips and steps you can take to make sure your virtual law office runs smoothly.
10. 4 Simple And Super Useful Hacks That Boost Creativity
Some of the most successful lawyers embrace and harness their inner creativity, look holistically at the situation, and deliver appropriate, relevant, and often more innovative solutions to the challenges their firm’s face. Follow this article to learn more about four great ways to encourage, cultivate, and drive creativity. Then use these new skills to get more clients, improve how your firm operates and build a more successful and profitable law firm.