7February, 2018

Standing Firm Against Harassment: Policy Guidelines for Law Firms

Law firms should take – and understand – these 5 minimum steps to effectively address sexual harassment.
This article was written collaboratively by Heidi S. Alexander, Justin L. Kelsey and Melissa Levine-Piro and was originally published in the November/December edition of the Massachusetts Bar Association’s Massachusetts Lawyers Journal.

Before reading these guidelines, please consider participating in the […]

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 […]

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 […]

19December, 2017

What Technology Do Lawyers Need for Better Client Service?

Find out what tools you can use to give your clients the right experience with technology in your law practice.
Your clients want expedience, but they don’t want complications – and they also want to work with a human. To help you find the right balance, our friends at Attorney at Work sourced expert input on […]

2November, 2017

How Lawyers Can Develop Readiness and Capacity for Change

The only constant is change. Here’s how you can finally prepare yourself to thrive with the reality of change in your career as a lawyer.
And if you start preparing now, you can make the most of the deep dive series on career development that we plan to launch with the start of 2018.

As that series […]

11October, 2017

How Lawyers Can Improve Client Communication for Results

Improving client communication improves every aspect of your law practice. Find out how to proactively manage client communication at each step throughout the client experience.
Sometimes lawyers communicate to be persuasive. Sometimes lawyers communicate to engage others in projects. Sometimes lawyers communicate to pass along and perhaps even translate important information.

Lawyers are always communicating with their […]

28September, 2017

How to Delegate Effectively in Your Law Practice [Webinar]

In this edition of Webinars for Busy Lawyers, our expert team will give you the best practices of champion delegators – in 30 minutes.
You’re a lawyer, but you’re only one human. There are hard limits on how much you can accomplish, and growth depends on how effectively you delegate to others.

Watch our experts to find out:

When […]

14September, 2017

How Lawyers Can Avoid Wasting Money on Tech

Investing in tech can save your law practice money – but it can also waste it. Avoid these common sources!
No one wants to waste money. And while technology often offers more cost effective solutions in law practice, it often requires substantial investment. To help lawyers make wiser investments in tech, our friends at Attorney at […]

17May, 2017

How to Use Feedback for a More Successful Law Practice [Webinar]

In this edition of Webinars for Busy Lawyers, Anna Rappaport will give you the tools to leverage feedback more effectively as a lawyer – in 32 minutes.
For all the noise in 2017, feedback is uniquely valuable both to give and receive.

This program will address how to both give and receive feedback in such a way […]

11May, 2017

How Lawyers Can Manage People for Productivity

Find out how to keep your productivity high when you have to rely on others to accomplish work in your law practice.
Mastering productivity is critical to the quality of your work and life – and it can be a serious challenge. This post wraps up a 3-part series designed to guide you through the fundamentals. […]