Candace Carponter, founder of Candace Carponter PC, is a fighter. She’s a real estate and civil litigator based out of New York. She’s been in practice for more than 30 years. The New York Times outlines how she fought Atlantic Yards for several years and was head of the legal
Are your clients receiving value? The automatic answer from most firms is yes. Here’s the truth of the matter about this assessment. In most cases, the law firm is right. Law firms have an intimate understanding of the value they provide. Do clients agree? Research shows the answer is no.
Can CLE resources do double duty? Is there a way to squeeze an enormous amount of additional value from Continuing Legal Education (CLEs)? Absolutely. It’s doable but it requires a few important factors. It depends primarily on your goals and the objectives you’re attempting to reach at your firm. In
An attorney finds themselves in a precarious position. They’ve waited until the very last minute to complete their required CLE. Now they’re attempting to earn 24 hours of CLE credit, but they only have 36 hours left. It’s stressful and disruptive. It’s also completely unnecessary. If you’re focused on CLE
CLE requirements are a mandatory part of legal life. You already know continuing legal education (CLE) requirements stipulate that you must continue your education to retain your license to practice law. If you’re like most attorneys, this is a problem. The reason? You’re incredibly busy. Every state requires that you
It’s something your clients want. They want your firm to make the leap with digital transformation. They aren’t asking for this explicitly, of course. It’s an implicit request that’s based on the pressures and changes that have been imposed on them. It makes sense. Yet, 8 out of 10 firms