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Are Small Law Firms Tackling Diversity?

'Diversity' has been a buzzword in the legal profession for decades. However, a  recent article in GP Solo, published by the American Bar Association, asserts diversity efforts have largely been aimed at law schools, large law firms and corporate counsel, thereby ignoring small law firms and solo practitioners.


Flurry of Lawyers Leaving BigLaw to Found Boutiques: A 2016 Trend?

With three groups of attorneys leaving BigLaw to start their own boutique firms in January alone, legal industry experts are predicting that 2016 might be a year of major big firm-to-boutique migration. So reports Bloomberg BNA.


Why More Attorneys Are Leaving the Big Firms

Bigger might be better in some things in life, but not necessarily when it comes to employment opportunities for attorneys.


Kung-Fu Lawyer’s Promotional Video Pulls Out All the Stops

A young attorney in Texas has launched a publicity campaign with an over-the-top YouTube video featuring flames and screeching birds. So reports Lawyers Weekly.


LinkedIn Helps Small Law Firm Attract Work

A partner in a small Northern California law firm attracted work worth $12,000 in billable hours by investing three-to-five hours on the professional networking website LinkedIn.


In Pets We Trust: Providing for Animal Care After Death

Pet ownership in the United States has tripled since the 1970s, when, according to the Humane Society, approximately 67 million American families owned a pet. In 2012, that figure ballooned to more than 164 million, meaning a staggering 62% of American households included at least one pet. Correlated with the impressive number of American pets is the incredible amount of money spent on caring for them.


Hanging a Single Shingle: A Primer for Practicing Law Solo

According to the American Bar Association, the United States is home to nearly 1.3 million attorneys. Of those, it is estimated that about one-third are solo practitioners.


Marketing 101 for Lawyers

It’s no secret competition among lawyers for a solid, paying client continues to grow fiercer with each passing day. Between law firm websites, social media websites like LinkedIn and Twitter, and good old fashioned television and radio commercials, countless opportunities for marketing one’s legal services avail themselves.


How Small Firms Can Overcome Obstacles to Tech Adoption

Technology is a given


This is the second of two articles on this topic.  The first, “Obstacles to Technology Adoption for Small Firms”, appeared on this site last month. In my previous article I listed four reasons why technology is so difficult to successfully implement.  I’d like to look at each of those factors and suggest an approach to overcome, or to at least, minimize them.


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