10 Tips to Balance Your Life & the Law If you are unhappy in your law practice, every molehill becomes a mountain that you dread climbing. The fact is, you will not create a successful law practice if you’re just in it for the financial rewards. What happy attorneys have in common is, first and foremost, a heartfelt dedication to serving their clients that goes way beyond earning a paycheck. View Full Post
The New York City Bar Association’s 14th Annual Small Law Firm Practice Management Symposium is this coming Thursday, November 9. It’s an honor to be presenting for the second year in a row. Whether you are just starting out or been practicing for decades, I can personally vouch that the Symposium offers valuable guidance on both managing and growing a practice. View Full Post
NYC Legal Blogging and Social Media Workshop, Wednesday the 8th Lawyer? Law student? Legal marketing professional? Legal tech entrepreneur? Forget what you may have been told. Learn how to really use blogging and social media in a strategic fashion to build a name and nurture relationships. Lawline and LexBlog are hosting a “Legal Blogging and Social Media Workshop” next Wednesday, November 8 from 5 to 6:30 at WeWork Tower 49, 12 East 49th Street, 11th floor. View Full Post
5 Referral Realities Lawyers Need to Grasp One of the things attorneys most frequently ask us is: “How do I find more clients fast?” The answer to this question is deceptively simple, yet amazingly complex to resolve. Referrals are near the top of the list when it comes to the best ways of finding new clients, but there are 5 referral realities that you need to grasp in order to build a robust referral base: View Full Post
Channel 9 and donuts Every company talks about being real, open and authentic and nobody does it it, my company, LexBlog included. Being real, open and authentic requires a a company letting the outside world know what makes the company tick, what they’re working on, what they’re learning, what they’re struggling with and so much more. View Full Post