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Overworked? The First Step to Delegating

“I found myself in a rut of doing work … then more work … and feeling stuck in the day-to-day of never seeing past tomorrow,” says Josh Brown, a solo attorney who deals primarily in franchise law. Like most small firm attorneys, Brown’s to-do list kept growing, and no one was around to take something off his plate. If you work in a small firm and your practice is growing, eventually you’re going to need to delegate work — whether you hire staff, outsource tasks, use virtual assistants or take another technology-based route.

September 24, 2014 0 1 0