Business Development for Law Firms and Lawyers

Business development legal blogs for law firms and lawyers.

Helping Ease Divorce Tensions: Why Lawyers Should Partner With Life Coaches

by gclatworthy March 28, 2013 Business Development for Law Firms

Divorce is more than just a legal proceeding, it is an emotional roller coaster combined with court dates and legal documents. Divorce attorneys know how difficult it can be to have two people in the same office that feel nothing but contempt for each other. They also know how devastated their clients can be, especially […]

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How Attorneys Can Network More Easily – And Increase Their Profitability

by CLLAInforms March 28, 2013 Business Development for Law Firms

To succeed at many law firms, attorneys need to promote their skill set — and land new clients. Firms expect, and regularly reward, attorneys for delivering regular work: A recent survey from Major, Lindsey & Africa and ALM Legal Intelligence found that the majority of attorneys–65 percent–said that bringing in business had the biggest effect […]

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Prompt Service: Is it the Key to Customer Loyalty?

by edralyn February 22, 2013 Business

Companies from every industry are constantly involved in determining the best ways to keep customers loyal and satisfied. Social media has made it easier than ever for information to travel quickly. This is both good and bad news if you’re a business owner. On one hand, if you can consistently deliver excellent service, word will […]

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Developing a Successful Successor for your Business

by edralyn February 22, 2013 Business

You’ve done a fantastic job of setting up your new business. You wrote a successful business plan, you gathered skilled partners, and won over smart investors. You’ve set up a successful business and you’ve decided that it’s time to move on. You’re not giving up on your business, but you’re ready to start the next […]

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Why Do I Need a Point-of-Sale System?

by edralyn February 7, 2013 Business

Is your business still using a cash register? If you’re not using a point-of-sale (PoS) system, you’re missing out on one of the most powerful tools for improving the efficiency and bottom line of your business. Some shy away from making the change because of the initial investment of time and money—but this is short […]

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Setting Client Expectations and Ending Bad Client Relationships: Two Valuable Skills to Help You Thrive

by edralyn January 28, 2013 Administrative Law

According to statistics from the Internal Revenue Service, a total of 148,390,000 tax returns were received last year. Visits to the IRS website have increased by over two percent, too. Despite the popularity of do-it-yourself programs such as Turbo Tax and Tax ACT, many Americans will ultimately decide that they need professional help, and many […]

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5 Ways to Increase Your Teaching Salary

by edralyn January 4, 2013 Business Development for Law Firms

Teaching is notoriously an underpaid career. Many teachers have difficulty living off of their salaries, especially in high-cost areas, and some just barely manage to stay afloat. However, if you’re having a tough time living off what you make, there are ways to make extra money and help yourself get ahead, if you just take […]

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Cloud Computing In Financial Sector and Legal System

by Lilly December 15, 2012 Banking and Finance Law

Banks, financial organizations and law firms deal with a highly sensitive data that needs to be secured. Their customers provide them with important information that should never be leaked to anyone. This is one of the fundamental characteristics of the modern banking system. Secured data exchange is vital for the financial sector as money trading […]

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Avoiding bad decisions – strategic red flags

by knowledge4lawyers July 11, 2012 Business Development for Law Firms

Good leaders make bad decisions.  Good firms make wrong turns.  When things change, it often seems to be the most successful businesses which are the slowest to adapt.  I’ve just finished the Strategy module on my MBA and this is a topic which we debated at length. There is no doubt that things are changing […]

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Marketing a Criminal Law Firm Online

by Bill Kilpatrick June 12, 2012 Blawging

Many in the legal profession have yet to consider marketing their services online. Some do not fully understand the Internet’s role in how modern consumers shop for not only goods, but professional services as well. Other attorneys appreciate the Internet’s significance, if only because they realize competing firms are well positioned online. At the same […]

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