Keeping Your Website Up to Speed in 2017

How confident are you in your website? Is it relaying the best information about you and your firm? Is it telling the right story? Your website is, more than likely, your potential client’s first glimpse of who you are and what you offer. Within just a few minutes of...

Take Care of Your Staff

Those who have worked in a smaller law firm can understand what it’s like to have to fill many different roles other than your own at the office. When additional staff is added, they become a valuable part of your team, especially when you’re lucky enough to find...

Increasing Referrals

A steady stream of new referrals is music to the ears of any attorney who is focused on building their practice. Referrals not only represent an opportunity, but can also be viewed as a strong statement of satisfaction from those you have worked with before…not to...

Is Blogging Worth It?

As an attorney, how you approach blogging can have a definite impact on your marketing efforts  and your ability to connect with the public. Blogging gives you an opportunity to expound on specific topics, provide insight into areas of the law you are involved in and...

Need to Relax? 5 Ideas for Attorneys Who Need a Break

While most attorneys are willing to concede that theirs is not the only profession that experiences stress on a regular basis, they’re also aware of just how much pressure comes with the territory. Even non-lawyers have the perception that an attorney’s life is...

3 ‘Must-Have’ Skills to Look for When Hiring Staff

Key to the success of any law firm, both large and small, is hiring a solid office staff with the right work ethic and skills to allow you to spend your time practicing law and not running an office. Your staff is not only an extension of you as an attorney, but are...