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1. 5 Pitfalls to Avoid if You Ever Hope to Run a Successful Law Firm
Running your own law firm is not something for the faint of heart. Its far from the easiest path of employment, but it can be some of the most rewarding. The reason for this is that if you are truly an entrepreneurial lawyer then you have no choice but to create and grow your own practice, even if that means you might fail. Having said that, there are several pitfalls you have to navigate around if you want to build and run a successful law firm.
2. How Lawyers Should Ask For Help When They Need It Most
Everyone needs a support system and there isn’t a successful lawyer anywhere in the world that has reached that level without help. The key is knowing when to ask for help when you need it most. Learn about the three different groups of people you should seek out when you and your practice need help.
3. Four Simple Ways To Boost Your Law Firm’s Reputation
There are several contributing factors that can lead to a bad reputation. Your competitor says something bad, a PR crisis gets out of hand, or a client with a large social media account is vocal about a bad experience, some less than favorable reviews are left on your Google My Business Account or Facebook page. It can happen to anybody since there is nothing stopping anyone from leaving any kind of comment or review of your practice online. Here are four simple steps you can take to help ensure your practice builds a strong and positive reputation.
4. 8 Tips on How to Get Clients for Solo Attorneys
So, you just have finished law school and want to start the journey of being a solo attorney. But doing this comes with challenges. And while there are many ways to keep your clients happy by having a proactive mindset and communicating effectively, here are some suggestions on how you can get more clients.
5. Tips To Consider When Hiring Remote Workers For Your Law Firm
If you’re ready to make the leap and hire a remote employee then your recruiting, hiring, and onboarding probably need to be updated too. As many law firms start to rely on virtual interviewing, attorneys need to think about how they should change their interviewing process and questions to ensure they’re hiring people with the work ethic that will allow them to succeed when working remotely long-term. The best way to do this is by asking the right questions during the job interview. Follow this article to learn more about what traits lawyers should look for when hiring new remote employees for their practices.
6. Working From Home as a Solo or Small Firm Lawyer 101 [Infographic]
Working from home has become a new way of life for many solo and small firm lawyers. Follow this infographic to get tips on how to work more effectively from home and better manage remote staff!
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 to Help Law Firms Build a Business and Financial Disaster Plan
Now is the time to learn from the experience that we are all going through and prepare your firm’s disaster plan for the future. Regardless of what life cycle your practice is in, this article will highlight six different tips for business, financial, and operational planning during Covid-19 that can help keep your practice right on line.
9. 5 Tips To Help Lawyers Build Rapport With New Clients
Ensuring a pleasant and enjoyable experience is crucial for the success of any law firm, no matter the size. What are some of the best ways your law firm can build rapport with clients, especially in the early stages of the relationship? These 5 tips will help ensure you and your clients build happy relationships that will keep them coming back as well as referring you to their peers.
10. Referral Marketing and Why it’s Important to Lawyers [Infographic]
So, you’ve not figured out how to set up a referral program for your law firm then you are missing a huge opportunity. Use this super easy to follow infographic to build or improve your firm’s referral marketing strategies.