How ‘Knowing’ Everything Limits Your Learning

The truth is lawyers tend to be rather impressed with how much they know because non-lawyers are generally impressed with what they believe attorneys know. And this can really box lawyers in when they don’t have answers. One of the most profound ways to transform yourself and transform your relationship with clients and others in your life is to share that you don’t have all the answers.

(Free eBook) The Past and Present of Law Practice Management

There is not a more effective current-day solution to managing an entire law firm than law practice management software. Law practice management software allows lawyers to increase their efficiency in substantive practice, combines useful business tools into a single repository, and provides attorneys the space and freedom they need to make more coherent business decisions. […]

Marketing Your Law Firm For Free – Guest Lecture with Jared Correia

What if you had to market your law firm without using any money? Literally: no money, at all.

It turns out that you can develop a vibrant marketing plan without spending one cent. This guest lecture you will learn practical marketing tactics that you’ll be able to employ. Join us as we lay out specific networking and content marketing strategies to apply to your no-cost legal marketing. Learn how as Jared Correia and I discuss in this lively guest lecture.

It’s Time. Spring Into Solo Practice! First Month’s Tuition – $127

Ah, Spring! A time of rebirth, renewal, hope and overall excitement about the possibilities that lie ahead. And we’re all about the amazing possibilities for finally being your own boss.

This year we are combining our 8th birthday celebration and our Spring Into Solo Practice Promotion so we can help pave the way for even more lawyers who want build their solo/small firm practices. Check it out!

How Do You Address the Burdens of Running a Law Firm?

Putting bills together, invoicing, and tracking down payments can all take a serious toll on an attorney – costing them significant time, money, and other resources. If you look at an average attorney’s receivables, it can be anywhere from 30 to 90 days before they get paid for work they’ve already done. Such an inconsistent and unpredictable cash flow makes it incredibly difficult to run, let alone grow, a successful firm. How does a busy solo address this?

The Ever Evolving Law Firm Fee Structure – Guest Lecture with Jared Correia

In the late 90′s and definitely into the 21st century, the law firm fee structure is morphing and changing under tremendous pressure from clients and the economy. But where do new solos (and some not-so-new) lawyers go to learn about the what fee structures are out there? Jared and I discuss the pressures and those very fee structures. Join us!

Law Firm Cash Flow: You Should Aim for “90 in 90”

As a veteran of nearly 39 years of real law practice (by “real” I mean a broad general practice serving the general public, small businesses, families, and individuals in a myriad of contract, trial, and appellate matters), I know the importance of cash flow.

In my quest for financial security and success, I have perused every bar journal article, attended numerous practice management CLE’s, and varied my approach to billing and collections to see what worked. Find out what I learned.

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