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 Drill Deeper than Income to Understanding Law Firm Finances

Drill Deeper than Income to Understanding Law Firm Finances

Note: The following is an excerpt from a new eBook titled 15 Ideas for Getting a Jump-Start on 2015 which is freely available with registration. Lawyers are expected to learn what they need to know about practicing law in law school. Looking at the course offerings from any law school you will find criminal law, torts, administrative law, business law, family law and ... Read More »

Six Practical Small Law Tips for Setting Goals

6 Practical Small Law Tips for Setting Goals

Note: The following is an excerpt from a new eBook titled 15 Ideas for Getting a Jump-Start on 2015 which is freely available with registration. To paraphrase Lewis Carroll, “If you don’t know where you’re going, any road will take you there.” That’s why goal setting is paramount to success in the law and any other area of life. The process doesn’t have ... Read More »

5 Critical Questions for Building a Law Practice

5 Critical Questions to Ask Yourself When Building a Law Practice

Note: The following is an excerpt from a new eBook titled 15 Ideas for Getting a Jump-Start on 2015 which is freely available with registration. I’m often asked about the most effective approach to take when building a law practice. While there are many different ways to go about it, my answer is always the same: the best thing you can do is ... Read More »

Small Law Firm:  Important People Behind the Attorney

Small Law Firm The Important People Behind the Attorney

Note: The following is an excerpt from a new eBook titled 15 Ideas for Getting a Jump-Start on 2015 which is freely available with registration. For many law firms today, much of the emphasis is on constantly updating and improving technology, and with good reason. Between case management software and cloud computing, I’m able to respond to clients from any remote location and ... Read More »

Avoiding 3 Common Solo Law Firm Pitfalls

How to Avoid 3 Common Solo Law Firm Pitfalls

Note: The following is an excerpt from a new eBook titled 15 Ideas for Getting a Jump-Start on 2015 which is freely available with registration. Solo and small law firm attorneys often struggle with why and when they should bring people in to help, and the answers really aren’t as hard as they need to be. First, the why: You bring people in ... Read More »

Do Small Law Firms Need Policies and Procedures?

Do Small Law Firms Need Policies and Procedures

Note: The following is an excerpt from a new eBook titled 15 Ideas for Getting a Jump-Start on 2015 which is freely available with registration. We often hear the question, “If it is just me or a few people in the firm, why does a policy and procedure manual matter?” Because no matter the size of your firm, people respond well to structure ... Read More »

Grow: Perform a “Health Check” Your Law Firm’s Processes

Perform a “Health Check” When Growth Out-Paces Your Firm’s Processes

Note: The following is an excerpt from a new eBook titled 15 Ideas for Getting a Jump-Start on 2015 which is freely available with registration. With the economy finally easing back into optimism mode, many law firms are now in the enviable position of having to cope with a welcome shot of growth. That’s good news in every way for an industry that ... Read More »

Ready, Set, Get Your Small Law Systems in Check

Get Your Small Law Systems in Check

Note: The following is an excerpt from a new eBook titled 15 Ideas for Getting a Jump-Start on 2015 which is freely available with registration. The more practitioners rely on technology to manage their law offices, the more important it is to have a solid understanding of how these systems operate and how they can be used to streamline office operations. Resolve to ... Read More »

CPA:  How to Fairly Calculate Timekeeper Profitability Ratios

How to Fairly Calculate Timekeeper Profitability Ratios

Note: The following is an excerpt from a new eBook titled 15 Ideas for Getting a Jump-Start on 2015 which is freely available with registration. One concept that my CPA firm is working with several law firms on is adopting an objective way to gauge and compare the profitability of individual producers, all the way from paralegals to partners. For obvious reasons, most ... Read More »

Build a Full-Service Practice Without Spending a Penny

Build a Full-Service Practice Without Spending a Penny

Note: The following is an excerpt from a new eBook titled 15 Ideas for Getting a Jump-Start on 2015 which is freely available with registration. Do you think it’s possible to build a full-service practice, serve your clients more fully, and develop a new income stream – all with no outlay of cash? It’s as simple as forming alliances with other attorneys ... Read More »