- Joined BNI chapter based on the recommendation of an LFS Community member.
- Received referrals and co-counsel opportunities in his legal specialty from colleagues within the LFS community.
- Invited to host a well-attended practice management seminar featuring his expertise.
- Was able to upgrade from a virtual office to a permanent workspace within six months of going solo.
On my first day as a virtual office client, I was reunited with a Hofstra Law School classmate, Joleena Louis, who was also starting a solo practice.
I was able to bring Joleena into my Business Network International (BNI) chapter, which I was introduced to through another LFS community member.
Joleena and I have collaborated on clients and reaped incredible benefits from the LFS community, including practice management tips, support in our legal specialties, paying referrals, and most importantly, becoming a member of a community of entrepreneurially-minded colleagues who see opportunities that other attorneys do not.
Within six months, I was able to graduate from a virtual office to a full-time workspace at LFS, I hosted a practice management seminar on springing powers of attorney that was packed out with over 20 of my solo attorney colleagues, and I put my practice on a sure footing to flourish thanks to the help of LFS’s staff and suitemates.
This is a place where I go to work wearing a smile because it is the engine that powers my law practice.”
Trust & Estates Attorney, Law Office of Thomas K. Chu