Digital transformation isn’t coming. It’s here. The vast majority of law firms, 8 out of 10, aren’t ready for the transition. In fact, these firms haven’t even begun to make the transition. In my last post, we identified the problems surrounding digital transformation. Most definitions are broad, vague and
It sounds like an unhelpful and useless cliché. The term “digital transformation” has become a broad, widespread and seemingly useless term. It’s a mandate law firms are told they need to follow. A rallying cry pundits used to warn law firms that they’re behind the times. What is it really?
They don’t want you to make partner. That’s the typical attitude many partners have at a variety of firms large and small. Think about this for a second. Why do most attorneys want to make partner? For the benefits! Once you’ve made partner you’re able to reap the financial and
Does your legal career give you the fulfillment and satisfaction you want? According to CareerBliss, the answer for many attorneys is no. The unhappy attorney is a common sentiment. CareerBliss compiled a list of the happiest and unhappiest jobs in America. They listed the associate attorney as the unhappiest of
Historically, how did attorneys find new clients and build their firm? Word of mouth. Reviews for lawyers have become the newest form of digital currency. That’s right, and for the most part, there’s still a majority of firms that depend on referrals for new clients. Your firm earns referrals from
Want your solo firm to grow? First, you’ll need to figure out what that means. “Growth” means different things to different people, doesn’t it? Some solo attorneys would like to build a firm. Others prefer to build a business that provides them with the opportunity to provide value and a