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Do's and Don'ts

Money Management Tips for New Associates

By | Jan.17.18 | No Comments

Congratulations! You survived law school, passed the bar and got a job. By now you’re somewhat settled in. Some partners have learned your name, and you’ve received a few paychecks. So, what will you do with …Continue reading »


On Balance

A Pre-Year-End Checklist for Solos and Small Firms

By | Dec.05.17 | 1 Comment

As we approach the end of the year, it is a great time to run through your practice’s systems to see which ones may be ethics risks in their current state. This will help you …Continue reading »


Play to Win

Writing Your Annual Business Development Plan

By | Nov.21.17 | No Comments

This is the time of year when many law firms require their lawyers to develop a personal marketing or business development plan. Even if it is not required, most lawyers start thinking about their goals …Continue reading »


Play to Win

Checklist for Staffing Your Law Firm’s Trade Show Booth

By | Oct.25.17 | No Comments

Not so long ago, suggesting that lawyers would stand behind a table at a trade show would have been deemed heretical. Times have changed. Recently, I’ve heard a number of people discuss their firms’ participation …Continue reading »


Marketing Basics

Personal Branding Checklist for Lawyers

By | Oct.05.17 | 1 Comment

Most law schools don’t offer courses in branding, so how do you go about establishing a personal brand for your law practice and make your expertise more visible? Here’s a Checklist to Help Get You Started Follow …Continue reading »


PR Checklist

Checklist for Making the Most of Media Mentions

By | Sep.25.17 | No Comments

You know being quoted in the press can be great for your law practice. It provides third-party validation that you’re amazing, right? If you’ve been following Attorney at Work, you’ve already learned plenty about how …Continue reading »


CHeCKLIST

Law Firm Holiday Card Planner

By | Sep.22.11 | 4 Comments

Summer is gone, the kids are back at school, morning traffic has returned to normal (it is worse) and that can mean only one thing: Time to start planning your cards for the 2011 holiday season. …Continue reading »