It’s a powerhouse many attorneys don’t use effectively. I’m talking about LinkedIn. When it comes to LinkedIn, attorneys are unsure about where to start. It isn’t because attorneys are unwilling or incapable of using the platform successfully. It’s because they don’t know how. Most of the posts on attorney LinkedIn
Business development is based on one important detail, value. The more value you provide to those around you, the more value you’re able to capture for yourself and your firm. Here’s a common assumption many veteran attorneys make. They assume hovering is enough to close the sale. Make your clients
Can you get personal on social media? Sure, as long as you behave in a professional manner. It goes without saying that the rules of professional conduct still apply. It seems obvious, like it’s common sense, right? It isn’t obvious to everyone. Professionalism isn’t always as obvious to everyone Have
The competition is severe. There are approximately 1.5 million JD holders in the United States, with 1.34 million licensed to practice law. Of these, roughly 354,000 attorneys are solo practitioners. The market is flooded. The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects 43,800 new jobs from 2014 to 2024. They also project
Is an MBA useful? To run your small law firm, it would be, right? Many pundits feel it isn’t. Their argument focuses on the fact that an MBA doesn’t teach you the real world strategies and tactics you need to build, grow and scale a successful business. They’re right, it
How is a recurring payment plan a potential solution for your billing cycle? What’s the one billing problem that’s often ignored? The missed billing cycle. If you’re managing your firm know what I’m talking about. Lost income due to a missed billing cycle. This occurs for a variety of reasons.