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Law Firm Suites has amazing blog content designed to help aspire and establish solo attorneys and small law firms. We’ve gathered the top 10 Law Firm Suites blog articles the provide tips and advice for succeeding as a solo attorney. Take a look and see the benefit of this content.
Mastermind Groups: How They Help Solo Lawyers
What are you trying to accomplish in your law practice this year? Do you want to increase your cash reserves? Maybe you want to find a more reliable source or consistent referrals? Perhaps you want to hire a staff member (or two)? What if you could increase the probability of achieving those goals, do it with less stress, and be able to easily solve the challenges that will get in your way, simply by attending a meeting of your peers for an hour a month? Oh, and by the way, there’s a pretty good chance you’ll see a referral or two. Learn how lawyers use mastermind groups to quickly solve challenges and achieve their business goals.
3 Lessons Solo Lawyers Can Learn From Steve Jobs
An unlikely insider gives his insight into the business ethos that made Apple founder and visionary genius Steve Jobs such a huge success (and why solos can benefit from it). Whenever Apple founder Steve Jobs’ success is discussed, it’s often by C-level business colleagues or technology journalists. The world recently got a rare glimpse into the business mind of Jobs from an unusual and authentic source: his photographer.
9 Reasons Why Solo Lawyers Should Be Blogging
23 prominent legal bloggers explain the 9 most important reasons why solo lawyers should be blogging. Marketing experts prod you about it. You’ve seen your competitors working at it. You probably know that you should be doing it. But you haven’t quite made the commitment to blogging. Recently, Legal Productivity asked 23 prominent legal bloggers why blogging is important to them. The participants included long-term legal bloggers like Susan Cartier Liebel of Solo Practice University, and David Lat, founder of Above the Law.
So You Want To Start Your Own Solo Law Firm?
Starting a solo law firm is not an easy task, but these tips will make sure you’re as prepared as possible to make the jump! Did you know that 20% of small businesses do not make it past their first year — and nearly 50% will close their doors before their five-year anniversary? Solo and small law firms fall under this same shocking statistic.
Leaving A Firm and Going Solo: Advice On How To Succeed As A New Solo
Running your own law firm is a daunting task, but these tips can help you build a mindset that will lead to success! 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.
5 Inexpensive Tips for Growing Your New Solo Law Firm [Infographic]
Growth is a core objective for any solo lawyer, yet only about a third of small businesses make it past the first 10 years, according to the Bureau of Labor and Statistics. Starting your own law firm is no small task on its own when you consider that literary everything is on your shoulders. But growing your firm takes even more. It requires that you have a clear set of long-term business goals that are cost-effective but still have a high ROI. Use this infographic to get 5 inexpensive tips that will help you to grow your solo law firm!
Content Marketing For Law Firms: How To Get Going
Content marketing for law firms, as well as the legal industry as a whole, has gained the reputation of being boring and difficult to write. It’s reportedly boring because of the density and complications that are both apparent in the law, all factors which alienate people from outside of the field looking in. And it is difficult because you are combatting the boringness: you need to find a way to cut through the jargon and deliver engaging interesting content to laymen consumers, something which can be a real challenge. So, here are a few good ways to go about content marketing for law firms.
A Reflection On 3 Years As A Virtual Office Lawyer
Back in 2015, I made the difficult to give up my private office at Law Firm Suites and go virtual. Several things contributed to this decision, one being that I was not there often enough and the other was the need to save money after my divorce. Starting with physical space at Law Firm Suites propelled my baby law practice to great heights, and switching to a virtual practice when I did had the same propelling effect. In this week’s edition of Things, I Wish I Knew, New York solo lawyer Joleena Louis talks about her decision to practice with a virtual office and why she hasn’t looked back since.
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. It’s 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.
4 Lessons Every Young Or New Lawyer Needs To Know
Whether you’re seeking professional success or trying to avoid learning the hard way, follow this advice to help develop and grow your legal career. If you’re a new lawyer and starting the journey as a practicing attorney then there are tons of things you will need to quickly learn. No matter if you are starting your own solo practice, joining a small law firm, or jumping right into big law, you’re going to need some help and guidance if you hope to succeed.