An oft-overlooked consideration is the olfactory brand you want to impress upon your clients. Just how do you make your office emanate confidence and competence?
There’s no better way to socialize with a client than with a hand-written letter focused on a targeted National Food Holiday. But before you get your ink all wet and scribble out or tweet a motivational marketing message about bicarbonate of soda (December 30), remember that you really need to know the food preferences or limitations of your clients or target market.
What you put on your wall can make or break your law practice. Don’t skimp. Live large.
On occasion, we’ll cover fundamental considerations for your practice. These are resources that, in your hectic schedule, you have likely overlooked, taken for granted, or have concluded are too complicated to implement for your practice. Our first practice basic deals with thermal fax paper, which is a frequently overlooked but valuable office tool.
With traditional gurus playing up paperless law offices, it’s time someone tells you how to go stapleless. Luckily, we do.
Modern lawyers underestimate the effect of a formal office bar on a successul practice. That’s too bad.
When you’ve absolutely run out of any original thought or material, you can always create an irrelevant top list of some sort. Here’s how.
While Clio and RocketMatter and NinjaDoc get all the glory, the paperweight keeps on performing. And then some. Here are our tips to make better use of a document management workhorse.
Don’t reject Pig Latin out of hand. It’s a true and tested language that can help protect client confidences. Here’s how.