Even though they know it’s a great way to generate qualified leads, lawyers shy away from content marketing, because . . . you know: they actually have to produce content. Whether and how to blog is a frequent subject of our consultations; and, much of that conversation surrounds notions of strategy: when, how and what […]
Boston College Law School, Boston University School of Law and Northeastern University Law School are launching the Lawyers for Affordable Justice law practice incubator in Kenmore Square in January 2016. The incubator will focus on small business, immigration, employment and landlord-tenant law, targeting working class and middle class clients.
The L4AJ incubator is seeking attorney applicants. […]
Jared insists that your firm back up its data. TWICE.
Wait, let’s make this more clear: He insists ONCE that you back up your data TWICE. But you can watch the video twice. Or thrice. Or quad… four times.
Just make sure you watch it at least once to find out why and how you […]
Jared tells you a few things you can do to encourage clients to pay their bills (and retain your services!).
He also tells you what he’s wearing for Halloween. All in 90 seconds. Watch now:
It’s one of those age old questions, like ‘How many licks does it take to get to the Tootsie Roll center of a Tootsie Pop’? (It’s 3.) Unfortunately, when it comes to client maintenance, there is no wizened, old owl available to guide your ruminations. . . . If you’re even ruminating on the subject […]
Today’s guest blog post comes from Rebecca Pontikes of Pontikes Law, LLC. Rebecca represents plaintiffs in employment law matters, including wage and hour claims. This post provides solo and small firms with the key differences between independent contractors, employees, and interns; and how to ensure compliance with federal and state laws, so that your firm […]
Join fellow Mac and iOS attorney enthusiasts this year at MILOfest 2015, November 12-14, back at Disney’s Yacht Club Resort in Orlando, Florida.
What is MILOfest?
MILOfest was born out of the Macs in the Law Office Google Group (MILO), a discussion listserv for legal professionals using Macs and iOS products in their law offices. The group, which […]
As with many of the choices that lawyers are faced with in modern practice, selecting an office space yields a plethora of options – perhaps even an overwhelming number. Do you acquire a traditional lease? How about a virtual office? A co-working space? Or, do you just stay home? Fortunately, […]
Many solo and small firm attorneys don’t start thinking about acquiring disability insurance until it’s too late. Disability insurance can quickly become essential, when a health-related setback occurs – especially one that will necessitate an extended period of leave, or the winding down of a law practice. Given that, we’re pleased to provide […]
Thinking about opening your own practice? Be aware, there’s a lot more to it then merely hanging a shingle and being a good lawyer. You’ll need to understand how to conduct an IOLTA three-way reconciliation, set a budget, manage client files, obtain malpractice insurance, implement technology, market your practice, and much much more. That’s where, […]