31May, 2018

How to Find Your Purpose for the Right Career as a Lawyer [Workbook 4]

Those who thrive most in their careers are fueled by their sense of purpose. Find out how to pivot your work as a lawyer into the right career for your passion.
The difference between working to survive as a lawyer and working to thrive at it is a question of how effectively you’re adapting. And as […]

10May, 2018

How to Get a Great Law Firm Website [Guest Post]

No matter what goals you’re trying to achieve with it, your law firm website needs to represent you as well as you represent your clients. Here’s what you need to make sure yours delivers.
We thank the team at Lawyerist.com for this helpful guest post. Before jumping into this practical primer, check out the extensive writing […]

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 […]

4April, 2018

How to Build a Virtual Law Practice [Webinar]

In this edition of Webinars for Busy Lawyers, Brooke Moore will deliver the essentials on building a virtual law practice – in 34 minutes.
What can you build with a virtual law practice that brick & mortar would obstruct?

Virtual law practices are an attractive alternate law firm model for attorneys who are looking to start a […]

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 […]

7September, 2017

Practice Launch Pad for New Lawyers [Program Series]

Practice Launch Pad is a 10-week series of programs designed to help new lawyers as they prepare to launch their own practices.

Our regular Law Practice Startup Workshops have been so consistently popular among new attorneys that we began partnering with Starting Out Solo, helping to ensure lawyers who have never practiced before get the essentials.

New […]

11August, 2017

How to Find the Right Marketing Strategy for Your Law Practice

Marketing and business development begins with an answer to the question: Who are you trying to attract as future clients? It begins with selecting your practice area and niche.

Your answer should infuse every choice you make about your marketing methods and content. Marketing methods include both active and passive means, using the array of […]

1August, 2017

How to Develop and Collaborate with your Networks for a Better Law Practice

There is a very social side to law practice performance. Here’s how you can start developing your networks and your ability to collaborate in them to find new growth for your law practice and career.

The most effective people create and then tap into their large, diversified networks for help when they need it. It’s how they get their […]

16November, 2016

4 Steps to Innovate Your Law Practice with Design Thinking

Lawyers are in a competitive market. To enjoy competing, you need to innovate your law practice. To innovate, try this: The IDEA Strategy Model.
As you’ll see, the IDEA Strategy Model leverages design thinking to harness innovation. Our first workshop in our Innovation Series with the Mass Bar offered insights on how to reframe your thought process […]

26September, 2016

Launching a New Law Practice Startup Workshop

We’re working with Starting Out Solo and a few of our favorite locals to host a law practice startup workshop this Friday, September 30th at 1pm.
We’ve been hosting ‘group meetings’ for attorneys considering or just starting their own practices for years. We’ve called them meetings; we’ve called them roundtables. All the while, our law practice […]