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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 shoptalk articles on tips on working remotely from the Law Firm Suites blog. Take a look and see the benefit of this content.
5 Reasons Why Some Lawyers Despise Working From Home And Things You Can Do To Change That
Whether you love working from home or hate it, odds are that going forward the home office is going to be used a lot more than prior to 2020. You may be planning to make working from home permanent, or at least planning to split your work from home time with your actual law office. Yes, there are clear pros to working at home: zero commute time, a more relaxed dress code, greater control over your schedule, and no need to spend money on takeout coffee or food. But at the same time, there are no shortages of cons as well.
How Lawyers Can Overcome The Dreaded Summer Slump When Working From Home
Working from could get a lot harder now that summer has started, but that doesn’t have to be the case. These tips will help you avoid the dreaded summer slump. Ask any lawyer and they will tell you that working from home may have been challenging over the past few months. But unfortunately, things may get more difficult as summer starts to ramp up. To ensure that you’re able to stay productive this summer as well as not let work take over your life, try these solutions and see what works best for you.
How To Survive Working From Home With Children
Often, when we think about working from home, we think that it will be a relaxing time of binging our favorite show while sitting on our couch working on our laptop. For those of us with young children that is not the reality. The reality is our relaxing workday WILL BE interrupted by the needs of our tender young ones. We understand that life tends to throw many twists and turns that shouldn’t hinder our business from succeeding in any way. Especially in times of hardship, staying focused on our business goals is just as important as staying true to our family.
Working From Home As A Solo Or Small Firm Lawyer 101 [Infographic]
Working from home has become a new way of life for many solos and small firm lawyers. Follow this infographic to get tips on how to work more effectively from home and better manage remote staff! With continuously improving technology and ever-changing working culture, remote work is becoming an increasingly common option for solo, small, and big law firms alike. More people are realizing and experiencing the benefits that flexible working arrangements have to offer. Especially when working remotely is paired with the right coworking or virtual office provider, giving you a professional and ethical office space option for when you need to meet clients or peers in person.
5 Reasons Why Working From Home Might Be The Best Thing You Can Do For Yourself And Your Practice
You may choose to work from a home office simply because you can, or for other valid lifestyle reasons. After all, it is one of the perks of being your own boss. While a home-based practice isn’t for everyone, if you are going to work from home it could be the best decision you make all year. Now, of course, having a home office no longer implies a lack of professionalism or success; in fact, some of the most successful lawyers in our community are ones who primarily work from home. But that doesn’t mean working from home is easy. If you’re going to be using a home office for your practice and want to be more productive then you’ll want to check these tips out.
Create The Perfect Workspace For Your Home Office
Once you decide to take the plunge and launch your law practice from home, the first step is to set up your new home-based workspace. Begin by considering where and how you work best. You are the boss. Design your home-office workspace around your own strengths and weaknesses. Disregard your mental vision of a “typical office” and begin creating an office that complements your strengths.
Tips To Consider When Hiring Remote Workers For Your Law Firm
If you’re able to identify and hire the right remote candidates then your practice will be on the right path to grow and succeed. Due to the current state of the world, many lawyers who might have once been against or resistant to the idea of remote work have had to adapt and find success in their new homework environment. But it is one thing for you yourself to work from home, it’s a whole other animal when it comes to hiring staff members that plan to work from home full-time as well. 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.
How Lawyers Can Get The Most Out Of Their Home Office Situation
Many lawyers across the country are spending more time working from home than ever before. Working from home can be highly productive and enjoyable, but it can also come with its own challenges. Virtual Law Office’s (VLO’s) have been around for years, in fact, some of the most successful members of Law Firm Suites’ community use a virtual office while working from home. This is very common in New York City but due to the COVID-19 outbreak, lawyers across the nation are having to adapt as well.
5 Tips On Running A Home-Based Law Firm For The First Time
You may choose to work from a home office simply because you can, or for other valid lifestyle reasons. After all, it is one of the perks of being your own boss. There’s no question, working remotely has plenty of benefits. For many, working from home helps people to do things that they wouldn’t be able to do if they worked in an office in the city. You can have more time to do the things that you want or spend with the people that matter most. Still, if you’re not used to working from home, the transition can be difficult.
How to Run A Profitable Home-Based Law Office
You may choose to work from a home office simply because you can, or for other valid lifestyle reasons. After all, it is one of the perks of being your own boss. Once you decide to take the plunge and launch your law practice from home, the first step is to set up your new home-based workspace. Both how you set up your home office, the tools you use to make working from home more productive and the method in which you work from all have a large impact on whether or not you are able to run a profitable home-based law practice.