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YouTube Friday:  Building a Law Business for Desirable Clients

Building a Law Practice around Desirable Clients

Keep the profitable customers – dropped the customers that aren’t.  That was a core theme of Patricia Seybold’s 2001 book titled The Customer Revolution. Following this week’s posts on Porter’s Five Forces and the Future of Law, it seemed fitting to search for a Friday Share that matched this week’s trend. Digging through the archives on YouTube, we found one ... Read More »

#LexThink: Lean Startup for Lawyers

LexThink Lean Startup for Lawyers

LexThink is a bit like Ted Talks for lawyers.  Ten speakers get six minutes and 20 slides to “prescribe their cure for the legal profession in uncertain times.”  Six minutes is not a lot of time to present a complex idea, but as Mark Twain is so commonly attributed as saying, “I didn’t have time to write a short letter, ... Read More »