We held another Rainmaker Retreat session in Las Vegas last weekend and, as usual, I opened the floor for questions.
Attorneys who post and participate on social media sites should welcome the results of a recent FindLaw survey that revealed a majority of consumers are likely to the hire an attorney who is active on social media.
Many of our clients come to us because they have a real problem turning inbound leads into appointments. In almost every case we see, the firm lacks a process for following up on leads.
Law bloggers may stop blogging and law bloggers are, of course, going to die. But there is no reason their blog should not live on.
The practice of law in and of itself is a win/lose proposition. One side wins, the other side loses.
Thomson Reuters Solo and Small Law Firm group recently completed a survey of solos and small firms (less than 30 attorneys) to identify the biggest challenges these firms face and what they are doing to address them.
Having good employees is critical to the success of your law firm.
In August, 2014 the American Bar Association appointed a commission to examine the reasons why meaningful access to legal services remained out of reach to the vast majority of Americans.