How To Rank Attorney Candidates

The attorneys you hire to work in your law firm can make a critical difference. The better attorneys you employ in your law firm, the happier clients you will have. Having satisfied clients is vital when law firms are in business to provide competent, communicative and diligent service. Additionally, the better attorneys you hire, the…

Is Your Law Firm Website Secured?

A webpage presence is crucial for almost any law firm. Few law firms do not have a webpage at this point. Whether the webpage is designed to help attract new clients or provide information to existing clients and others, law firm webpages can serve an essential purpose. The webpage address can be an essential consideration…

Recruiters Need to Recruit

Finding the best talent in any law firm is vitally important. The quality of the lawyers, paralegals and other staff can make all the difference in terms of client satisfaction and the growth of a law firm. To find the best talent, most law firms will need a recruiting wing within their law firm. The…

Are You Running Paid Social Media Ads For Your Law Firm?

Law firms are constantly trying to generate new business. Many law firms try to develop new business through referrals or through various marketing efforts. Utilizing Google AdWords or Microsoft Advertising are two options for businesses that have a reliable marketing budget. Many firms are also open to advertising on the radio, television, and in print….

The Difference Between Policies and Preferences

Law firms need policies and procedures in place because they ensure that everybody knows the rules within the firm. The larger the law firm, the more important it is to have set policies and procedures. Law firms that do not have policies and procedures manuals should consider hiring an employment law firm to assist them….

Final Round of Interview Process Should Not Be a Coronation

Finding the best talent available for a law firm is a vitally important task. The quality of the individuals hired makes a huge difference for the clients that hire your law firm. It also makes a difference within your law firm for the morale of other employees. To hire the best talent available, a process…

Do You Even Need Traditional Office Space?

Before COVID-19, the topic of office space was one that many law firms had to consider long and hard. Many law firms had to consider what size space to get, what location, and what least terms.  Many law firms also had to consider whether they wanted to personally guarantee office space, whether they wanted to sign…

Does Your Law Firm Have a Budget?

Most lawyers in their private lives operate off a budget. Some may be much more formal about it and put it in writing. Others can generally add up their income and expenses in their head to ensure that more money is coming in than coming out. In this same way, law firms need to have…

Do’s and Don’ts of Initial Consultations

Initial consultations are critical to the success of any law firm. The reality is that law firms that want to thrive and succeed need to put their best foot forward in an initial consultation. Obtaining new clientele is necessary for a law firm to succeed. New clients ensure that the lights can stay on in…

Are You in the Three-Pack in Google Maps?

Online marketing is essential to the online success of any law firm. If a law firm’s webpage is optimized correctly, it can result in the law firm receiving online leads. Search engine optimization involves a multi-layered approach. A webpage first has to have rich content. Rich content results in organic backlinks to the webpage. A…

Tips for Attorneys to Prevent Burnout

The practice of law can be difficult.  Dealing with certain clients can be emotionally taxing.  It can also be hard at times dealing with the court system and other legal professionals in contested litigation where tensions and emotions can escalate. For those who own their own law firm, the business aspects of being an attorney…

What to Make of Job-Hoppers?

In the hiring process, many candidates apply who have a history of being a job-hopper. When looking at the resume, many candidates do not stay at previous jobs long. Whether it is six months, a year, or two years, the truth is that some individuals are regularly on the move. The question many law firm…