Can Lawyers Bill Virtual Assistant Time to a Client?
Sadly, lawyers across the country can’t just shout out in unison: ‘Alexa! Make me a thousand dollars a week!’ Well, while we can say […]Read more
The British Are Coming — to American Law Firms
So the British are coming, but this time to American law firms. The last time — if you exclude the Beatles’ invasion — the […]Read more
Tips to Make a Coworking Space Work for a Solo Lawyer
‘Coworking space’ is not new anymore, and so we have learned how to use it. It wasn’t even new when people started using the […]Read more
Is Facebook Live Good for Free Attorney Marketing?
If your law firm has a Facebook page and you don’t use Facebook Live, you’ll want to pay close attention to this post. Facebook […]Read more
Lawyers Sues Client Over Bad Yelp Review
Alisa Levin knows the client from hell. Like most horror stories, it didn’t start that way. Levin, a Chicago lawyer, was ghostwriting documents for […]Read more
False Lawyer Advertising: Close but Now State Bar
Lundy Law did not break false advertising law with its commercials. However, according to a federal judge, the Philadelphia law firm did stretch the […]Read more
What Metrics Should Law Firms Track to Make More Money?
When business is booming, it can often feel like a waste of time to track performance metrics. However, taking the time to measure what […]Read more
3 Tips to Run Your Law Firm More Like a Business
When you opened the doors to your law practice, you probably didn’t expect to spend the number of hours you do on administrative and […]Read more
How and When to Use Secondary Sources
A funny thing about legal research methodology is that traditionally you started with secondary, not primary, sources. What’s funnier today is that while technology […]Read more
Succession Planning and Heading to Retirement for Solo Lawyers
Did you ever have that moment when a teacher or a speaker pointed in your direction, and you turned around only to see no […]Read more