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What’s Working for Your Practice? Everything – or Just You?

What’s Working for Your Practice? Everything – or Just You?

Ready to get on track to a successful practice and happier life? Check out Attorney at Work's latest e-guide, by Dustin Cole.

Dustin Cole - March 29, 2019

Five Tips for Facing Non-Performing Partners Head-On

Few firms deal with non-performing partners proactively. Instead, most opt to "wait and see" — reducing the lawyer's compensation year after year while she flounders. In my opinion, this is the coward’s way out.

Tea Hoffmann - March 25, 2019
spring cleaning keyboard

Solo-Style Spring Cleaning Tips

These creative cleanups can add polish to your practice and help you turn a tidy profit, too.

Megan Zavieh - March 21, 2019
Profitability Assessment for your Firm TimeSolv

Profitability Assessment for Your Law Firm

Are old habits cutting into your profits? Take the "Profitability Assessment Quiz."

timesolv - March 17, 2019
Nothing But the Ruth by Ruth Carter

Jerk Behavior: Don’t Write About Your Clients Online

Our job is to serve our clients, not to use them to bolster our image.

Ruth Carter - March 14, 2019
Well Said

Creative Price Negotiation

Before you can draw a line in the pricing sand, you have to have a replacement source of revenue.

Mike O'Horo - March 12, 2019
10 rules for solos and small firms

10 Rules for Surviving as a Solo or Small Firm Practice

How will the small firm lawyer need to change their thinking to stay viable?

Dustin Cole - March 1, 2019

Biggest Obstacle to New Business for Law Firms?

The biggest challenge in business development is inertia — not yours, but the prospect’s. Here are tips to get the prospect off the dime.

Sally J. Schmidt - February 28, 2019
legal talent management

Why the War for Talent Is Escalating for Law Firms

Talent management is all the rage as law firms look for ways to recruit, develop and retain legal personnel (not just lawyers).

Steve Nelson - February 26, 2019
On Balance by Megan Zavieh

Lawyers’ Duty to Google: Not Changing Anytime Soon

The "duty to Google" is a shorthand way of saying that when information is easily available, it simply cannot be ignored.

Megan Zavieh - February 21, 2019