“Yelp is the most commonly used site to search for attorney reviews online—58 percent of respondents in our sample said it was the first place they turn. It’s also the website that 61 percent of users view as the most trustworthy.”
Let’s face it. Law Practice Management Solutions are springing up like weeds in an unkempt garden. It’s getting harder to separate the pernicious weeds from the serious bloomers and it’s no wonder; law practice management solutions are becoming a mandatory part of law practice in terms of cost effectiveness, efficiency and meeting client demand. Here are our thoughts to guide you in your selection of this important practice tool.
You may have considered speaking as part of your marketing strategy but were not really sure how to go about it. More likely you are afraid you won’t be an effective speaker. Well, we found THE best experts on this subject who not only know the value of speaking to increase business but can also teach you how to actually present. You will learn to not only speak well and energize your audience, but to speak effectively. Speaking effectively means converting your audience into clients and/or great referral sources.
2015 is shaping up to be THE year of the legal startup. Angelist.com is flush with more than 720 startups and almost 1,100 investors. In 2013 a stunning $458 million was invested into legal startups, a breathtaking leap from a mere $66 million invested in 2012. But while investment dollars declined in 2014, the startups are proliferating […]
It seems Lee Rosen hasn’t lost his touch as his provocative post The 5 Dumbest Things New Solos Do generated a lot of blowback when I posted it to a LinkedIn Group I frequent. (Feel free to join Solo Practitioners Forum). The biggest issue was whether or not to get malpractice insurance immediately upon getting […]
There are so many articles and presentations out there on the topic of social media for lawyers. However, most of the content you come across is about how to create a Facebook Business Page. I am going to assume that you can figure this out on your own or have read a tutorial on it […]
In September I attended the Clio Conference with Solo Practice University faculty member, Suzanne Meehle. We went in two days early to walk Chicago and walk we did! We must have put in fourteen or fifteen hours pounding the pavement and loving every minute of it. During that time she developed a nasty blister on […]
The past few weeks, my phone has not stopped ringing. I mean that almost literally. It has been hard for my staff to get work done, we’ve had so many calls. I’m actually thinking of making my part-time assistant a full-time offer. Nothing major has changed in the past few weeks. Except for the videos. […]