What Kind of Lawyer Are You Actually?

Jan 8, 2013 By: Alexa Sherr Hartley

Is the kind of lawyer that you are practicing as currently the same kind of lawyer that you are actually?

Tricks of the Reporter’s Trade for Lawyers

Dec 12, 2012 By: Alexa Sherr Hartley

Try out these helpful tips on making a New Year’s resolution for your professional life

Let the Lawyer Beware of these Three Business Development Pitfalls

Nov 27, 2012 By: Alexa Sherr Hartley

Although building a book of business can feel like a meteroic undertaking, it begins simply enough with learning how to avoid three common client development mistakes.

Attorney marketing plans should include a “Business Development Presentation”

Nov 15, 2012 By: Alan Gutterman

When considering an overall plan for building and maintaining their law practice, attorneys should take note that successful marketing begins with visibility, and the attorney should take steps to create and maintain a positive public image.

Why All Lawyers Should Listen To Their Doctor

Nov 13, 2012 By: Alexa Sherr Hartley

Like doctors, attorneys who fail to address the emotional half of the client’s problem are only being half as effective as they could be.

The one thing every attorney needs to know about meetings

Oct 30, 2012 By: Alexa Sherr Hartley

There is nothing like being trapped in an unproductive meeting to remind you of how precious your time really is. Happily, there are user-friendly ways to keep your meeting in check.

Large Law: Solutions for driving greater efficiency

May 24, 2012 By: Cherri Peterson

For the past several years, the legal industry has found itself dealing with a marketplace that is going through dramatic changes, both in how they work with their clients and how they manage the business of their firms.

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