1November, 2018

Lawyers Need Love: How To Communicate Trust

November 2 is Love Your Lawyer Day! Celebrate by developing the communication skills you need to create the trust you need for a healthier life and law practice.
Lawyers are in the business of selling their ideas. They sell prospective clients on the idea to hire them and clients on the idea to heed their advice. […]

11October, 2018

Unbundled Legal Services and Alternative Delivery Models [Guest Post]

If you want to build a competitive law practice, start with the basics on how to adapt to growth opportunities with unbundled legal services, virtual practice services, and more.
We thank the team at Lawyerist.com for this helpful guest post.

As technology continues to grow and help improve the client experience, law firms have many options to […]

4October, 2018

Ethical Client Intake: Procedures for Compliance [Webinar]

In this installment of Webinars for Busy Lawyers, Ginny Allen and Eric Sanchez share everything you need for an ethically compliant client intake process — in 22 minutes.
Competition for new clients is only getting tougher for attorneys. So how can you build an intake process that will convert the cases you want, while not running afoul […]

25July, 2018

Tips to Improve Client Intake and Experience in Your Law Practice [Guest Post]

Every client your law practice serves can bring you more, better clients. Here’s everything you need to make sure your clients get the best experience you can deliver.
We thank the team at Lawyerist.com for this helpful guest post.

From start to finish, the client experience during a pending matter means just as much as the outcome. It’s also […]

13July, 2018

New Rule 1.15A: What Client Files Are & How Long Lawyers Must Preserve Them

Effective September 1, 2018, new Rule 1.15A sheds light on what exactly the Client’s File actually is and how long lawyers need to preserve them. Find the answers to your questions here.
On June 7, 2018, the SJC adopted an order that amends the Rules of the Supreme Judicial Court, and in particular, Massachusetts Rules of […]

19April, 2018

Timekeeping + Billing Tips to Improve Law Practice Collections [Guest Post]

What’s more tied to your law practice’s financial viability than your collections? From accepting credit cards to choosing the right tech, here’s how to improve yours.
We thank the team at Lawyerist.com for this helpful guest post. After you get this practical advice, you can check out best practices and beyond in the section on Billing […]

12March, 2018

How to Lead with Better Services in the Legal Profession

Economics are changing in every industry. Find out how you can emerge as a leader at a critical time in the legal profession.
“Everything in modern society is the result of a collection of decisions made by someone. Why shouldn’t that someone be you?”
– Tom Kelley & David Kelley, Creative Confidence

Many organizations today, including just about […]

2February, 2018

Law Practice Startup: Operations Best Practices for Solo and Small Firms

To operate a sustainable law practice, you have to do more than practice law well. You have to run your practice like a business – and do that well, too. Our Best Practices for Solo and Small Law Firm Operations are outlined here, covering all the essentials from IOLTA to Paperless Intake.
Our law practice advisors […]

26January, 2018

Tech Tools for Client Development: Self-Directed Legal Marketing [Webinar]

In this edition of Webinars for Busy Lawyers, Vedia Jones-Richardson will cover the technology you can use to make client development work for your law practice – in 30 minutes.
No one understands the value of your legal services better than you do. And with the marketing tools of today’s tech, you can communicate that value […]

28December, 2017

Communication Guidelines That Create Better, Happier Clients [Webinar]

In this edition of Webinars for Busy Lawyers, Carol Schiro Greenwald will share the communication guidelines clients love.
Do you hear from your clients too often? Does it seem they expect you to communicate more often than you’d prefer, or can even manage? Failure to communicate is a leading source of malpractice claims, while the right […]