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Category Archives: Law Office Management

Leadership Development in Law Firms After the Great Recession

Law firm partnerships are curious entities when it comes to reconciling the attorney-owner perspective with exceptional leadership, management and business practices.  At the heart of reaching a successful balance of these two sides, which are often in conflict, are knowledgeable and skilled leaders. As the legal market has settled from the depths of the recession …

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This week – Register for ABA National Institute for New Partners – April 17 in Washington D.C.

If you are a new partner or are on the cusp of becoming a new partner, register today for the ABA’s National Institute on New Partners. View full brochure View keynote speaker information At this unique one-day Institute, you will: • Network with new partners throughout the country, comparing and contrasting their firm’s business and …

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The 9 Top Habits of Successful Rainmakers, Part 1 of 3

Successful rainmakers have certain habits and characteristics in common that drive them to greater levels of success. These habits and characteristics manifest themselves as key behaviors and specific actions, and understanding how to implement these actions on a consistent basis will distinguish you from your competitors and increase your revenues. 1.  Develop a Solid Personal …

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Can Salesmanship Grow Your Case Load?

The legal profession is overflowing with competition. What sets one personal injury attorney apart from the hundreds of other personal injury attorneys in their area? In such a competitive field, it is vital that personal injury attorneys are able to, not just find potential clients, but keep them. You already know the competition is fierce. …

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How Attorneys Are Using Social Media in 2015 [INFOGRAPHIC]

According to the ABA’s 2014 Legal Technology Survey Report, attorneys are using social media marketing more than ever before, with solos and small firms leading the way in engaging on social media networks, blogging and website development. According to the ABA report, LinkedIn is by far the most popular social media destination for attorneys, with …

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