We live in an age of high expectations for client communications paired with schedules that only get busier. The majority of the industry is made up of solo practices and small to mid-sized firms that require attorneys to do more with less, wear many hats, and switch between the work they love—practicing law to benefit clients—and work that must be done to manage the business.
How can law practices ensure growth by increasing their revenue and expanding their client base? Since working with clients depends on closing new business, we've shared some insight into the way clients think to help increase your chances of getting hired.
Check out this eBook to gain insight on:
Expectations of today’s legal clients
Tips for maximizing efficiency
Three focus areas for practice growth
Top strategies attorneys use to grow their practice
LawSites is a blog covering legal technology and innovation. It is written by Robert
Ambrogi, a lawyer and journalist who has been writing and speaking about legal technology, legal
practice and legal ethics for more than two decades.