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Five Things That Slow Growth in a Law Firm
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Many lawyers who own their own firms are frustrated by a lack of growth compared to other firms. I often hear “It’s too hard,” “That firm has a secret sauce,” “They get better cases” or “Law firms that grow quickly must be doing something underhanded.” None of that is true — except maybe the secret […]

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Five Things to Ask Before You Say Yes to a Speaking Gig
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Most professionals have a complicated relationship with public speaking — particularly if it is a good business development opportunity. On the one hand, you’re pretty sure you want this gig. It could be the start of something good for your practice. On the other, it can be darn intimidating to stand up in front of a […]

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Thought Leadership Marketing: Five Benefits for Firms
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Today your potential clients are online — researching firms, looking for legal advice, reading reviews, and making decisions long before they actually talk with a lawyer. It’s critical for you to be there, too, creating opportunities to open up a dialog. Here’s the catch, though — to have a dialog, you have to have something relevant […]

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Five Questions for Enterprising Lawyers
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Recently Attorney at Work caught up with three innovative lawyers — all speakers at this spring’s Lawyernomics conference, hosted by Avvo — for their thoughts on what it means to run a law practice like a business, the biggest bet they’ve placed on themselves, and what challenges solo and small firm lawyers face in the next five […]

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