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Roy S. Ginsburg

Roy S. Ginsburg is an attorney coach and law firm consultant who has practiced law for more than 30 years. He works with individual lawyers and law firms nationwide in the areas of business development, practice management, career development, and strategic and succession planning. Learn more at www.royginsburg.com and www.sellyourlawpractice.com.

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ARTICLES
  • Is It OK to Pay Referral Fees?
  • Don’t Be Afraid to Raise Your Legal Fees
  • Why Lawyers Procrastinate on Succession Planning
  • Be a Small-Town Lawyer
  • Your Competition Is Lazy: Three Things Small Law Firms Can Do to Find New Business Now
  • Take the Money and Run? Factors to Consider Before Accepting a Big Law Job Offer
  • Top 6 Reasons to Hire a Paralegal Over a Lawyer
  • What’s New in Law Firm Ownership?
  • Remember the Basics of Job Interviewing
  • Working Part-Time Before Retiring From Your Law Practice
  • Job Hunting? Say Thank You to Stand Out
  • COVID-19 Impacts for Solo and Small Firm Lawyers: Beyond Remote Work
  • Underbilling? Not Recording Time? There’s No Excuse!
  • Rainmaking at Conferences: Easy Tips for Connecting With New People
  • What Lawyers Can Learn from Apple When Setting Billing Rates  
  • The ‘Keep It Simple, Stupid’ Lawyer Marketing Plan
  • Follow These Three Service Tenets for Satisfied Clients
  • Should Your Career Expire When Your Lease Does?
  • How to Be Successful at Succession Planning
  • Is Ohio Gagging Lawyers Speaking at Seminars?
  • How to Know If a Conference Will Be Worth It
  • Lawyers, Give Thanks: You Have It Better Than You Think!
  • Back to Business School for Ethics Violations
  • Career-Building: The Importance of Saying Thank You
  • Four Tips for Meeting Two People in the Room
  • Successful Networking Is a Numbers Game
  • Five To-Dos for Unemployed Senior Lawyers
  • Client Service: Happy Clients Can Set Lawyers Apart
  • Keep Your Marketing Out of Ethics Traps
  • Law School Regrets: Wish I had Made More Friends
  • Pro Bono: It Pays to Be Good
  • Why Be Afraid of Networking?
  • When Is a Lawyer Like a Barber?
  • The Cost of Switching Law Firms
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