Jarred and I have recorded five free guest lectures covering the vast topic of What (Clients) Want: Managing Legal Consumer Expectations in 2019-2020. It is nearly five hours of us discussing in depth: How Legal Consumers Find Law Firms What Legal Consumers Want Marketing Requirements for a Modern Law Firm Intake Procedures/Forms How Modern Law […]
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A reason our dreams don’t become reality is that they are not specific enough. We must set specific and measurable goals and objectives. They must be written down. We must define success by documenting how much by when. Here’s a road map to your destination.
If you want to practice law in the 21st century, stay competitive, and not lose your license, it’s imperative that you pursue technological competence. To ease you in, we’ve outlined the 8 essential technologies lawyers need to increase efficiency and productivity in a modern practice. Learn more….
There is a rhythm to growing a solo/small firm practice. Usually, around year three you finally feel comfortable and then it happens. You are swamped and you realize you need to grow. You are in a bit of a crisis. Listen and learn and we will share how to navigate the inevitable growing pains, not just in year three, but every other growth spurt you will experience.
Almost all lawyers in private practice are required to maintain a firm trust account under their state’s attorney trust account rules. The rules in various states might be written differently, but the concepts are the same. So let’s get started and learn what you are doing right….and wrong.
Today Jared and I discuss the multi-millions being invested in legal technology, all of which is aimed to change the practice of law. How does this investment impact your practice? Is the tail wagging the dog? Are investors telling you how to practice based upon the technology they create? Listen and then share your thoughts.
A managing partner should never have to make decisions based on speculation. The data exists, and so does the technology, to gather and make sense of it. But without knowing what to collect or how to assess the data, it can be challenging to translate findings into strategy. In this guide, we offer methods and solutions you can implement today to navigate the domains of financial, case, and staff management so you can make data-backed decisions, faster. Read on.
In my role as a risk manager, I’ve heard all kinds of crazy comments from lawyers over the years. For example, during a CLE event with ethics counsel sitting next to me on a speaker’s panel, two lawyer attendees tried to convince others in attendance that the panel’s position on conflict of interest resolution was clearly wrong. In short, they boldly declared there is no such thing as a nonconsentable conflict. All it takes is some creative lawyering and problem solved. The panel and I were almost speechless. We were looking at each other and asking ourselves how in the world could the same lawyer ever represent adverse parties in a litigated matter, just for starters. My response to the panel was “wow, just wow.” I was also thinking to myself “I sure hope we don’t insure these guys.” Read on.
With the release of Formal Ethics Opinion 482 in September of 2018, the ABA finally made it quite clear. Lawyers do indeed have an ethical duty to develop a disaster recovery plan. Do you have yours?
We’re feeling a little crazy generous in 2019. It’s fall. That means it’s back to school. Time to learn, educate ourselves, expand our minds and put all that knowledge to use in exciting, creative and profitable ways. And we’re all about the exciting, creative and profitable ways for you to finally be your own boss.
In keeping with our mission, we’d like to pave the yellow brick road for even more lawyers who want to build their solo/small firm practices by offering our amazing Back to School Fall Special. But this year we’ve gone a little nuts and are doing something we’ve never done before.
Now through Tuesday, September 3, 2019, we are reducing our first month’s tuition to $99 and monthly renewal will be reduced to $55. And with our automatic renewal you will get this renewal price locked for life). Check it out! Join! And share!