Video conference software law firms may consider

Many law firms are quickly looking to incorporate video conferences into their law practice. No matter whether it is communicating with clients, potential clients, internally within the firm or for recruiting purposes, video conference software can help. However, many lawyers and law firms do not know what software they should use. The reality is that…

Lawyers should be cautious with Zoom

During the COVID-19 crisis, the use of video conference has been on the rise for lawyers and law firms. Not only are lawyers and law firms using video conference for client and potential client meetings, but it is also utilized for court proceedings. Some law firms are even using video conferences to conduct job interviews….

Attorneys are counselors at law

Attorneys rarely forget that they have a role in serving as a legal advocate for their clients. As legal advocates, lawyers file pleadings, issue and respond to discovery and show up to a court to advocate for their clients. Lawyers who litigate rarely forget these obligations. But lawyers often forget that they also serve in…

Coronavirus: Adding video conference technology into your law practice

Video technology has long been helpful in almost every sector of business, including the legal industry. From engaging new clients, or communicating with existing clients, video conference technology has been on the rise for some time now. However, with the advent of the Coronavirus, video conference technology is becoming increasingly more important. Some lawyers may…

The law firm fallacy that advertising is impossible without deep pockets

Many lawyers and law firms who do not advertise justify their lack of marketing by pointing out that they do not have deep pockets. In other words, the justification is that one cannot advertise with money they do not have. Similarly, when other competing firms advertise with greater ferocity, the same lawyers and law firms…

Beware of springboard lawyers

Hiring new lawyers is an essential part of a growing legal practice. If a legal practice is growing, and new clients are coming, your law practice may likely need new lawyers to handle the growth. Growth is mostly a good thing for a law firm, although it comes with its own set of headaches. After all,…

Your law firm clients are your best marketers

Most law practices are looking for new and different ways to market their legal practice. The reality is that most lawyers and law firms can always use new clients. The need for new clients can cause many attorneys to come up with new ways to advertise. Some lawyers may decide to turn online advertising. Others…

Do you have protection from fraudulent clicks?

Google AdWords and Microsoft Advertising are two common ways law firms advertise online. For law firms who use this advertising approach, when individuals type in relevant keywords in the search engines about legal services in a particular area, the law firm or lawyer shows up in the paid advertising in the search results. If a…

Should your law firm hold a holiday party?

Holidays parties are common in many law firms. The idea behind the holiday party is almost always noble. Everybody is coming together to celebrate the year. The law firm may celebrate their successes. They may reflect on the past year and all the accomplishments. They may look into the future. The law firm will likely thank the…

Untruthfulness on a resume or job application

Hiring new employees is a critical function of any law firm. To have a successful legal practice, they need the best legal and administrative talent possible to serve their clients. The reality, however, is that reviewing resumes and job applications is not an easy task. When a law firm receives numerous applicants for a single…

How long do you let a candidate think about a job offer?

How long a candidate should get before to think about a job offer? This is a question that many law firms have after they have made an offer to a prospective employee. Let’s say a job offer is made to a lawyer and they want to take a week or a prolonged period to think…

Never let a client go to bed angry

Lots of marriage therapists tell married couples never to let their spouse go to bed angry. If there a dispute or the marital discord, many therapists tell couples to resolve it before they go to bed. Otherwise, the view is that anger is left unresolved. When anger is left unresolved, it can result in resentment….