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Solo and Small Law Firms

Preparing for the Unknown Disaster Preparedness and Business Continuity Planning for Law Firms

Preparing for the Unknown – Disaster Preparedness and Business Continuity Planning for Law Firms

Product Spotlight | When disaster (or just the unpleasantly surprising) pose a threat to your firm, be ready with a disaster and business continuity plan.

MyCase - April 3, 2020

COVID-19 Impacts for Solo and Small Firm Lawyers: Beyond Remote Work

Roy Ginsburg | There is much more to this COVID-19 situation than remote work. If you practice in the solo and small firm world, here’s my take on a few other important things to consider in the pandemic age.

Roy S. Ginsburg - April 2, 2020

Expanding Your Solo Practice Without Hiring an Associate

Family law attorney Russell Knight shares a time-tested solution that allows a solo practitioner to bring on additional staff with little to no risk.

Russell Knight - February 11, 2020

6 Lessons From My First 6 Months in Solo Practice

If you’re on the fence about whether to start your own practice, these tips from estate planning lawyer Robert Theofanis may inspire you to make the leap!

Robert Theofanis - February 6, 2020
Top 12 Law Practice Tips of 2019

Top 12 Law Practice and Productivity Tips of 2019

Which topics captured readers' attention in 2019? To kick off the new year, a look back at the most popular practice tips.

Joan Feldman - January 2, 2020
How to Delegate Efficiently and Effectively

How to Delegate Efficiently and Effectively

Product Spotlight | Lawyers have a love-hate relationship with delegation. On one hand, we generally find ourselves to be capable, smart and effective. On the other hand, we lack competence in various methods of accomplishing the tasks required.

MyCase - October 16, 2019
What’s in Your Law Firm’s Profit & Loss Statement

What’s in Your Law Firm’s Profit & Loss Statement?

Most small and solo law firms are working with financial statements that don’t give them the information they need to make informed business decisions. Here's a sample P&L for a law firm that looks like what I typically see.

Annette Fadness - October 10, 2019
Nothing But the Ruth by Ruth Carter

Take Advantage of the Summer Slowdown to Work on Your Business

Many lawyers have a natural slowdown in business during the summer. Here are ways you can take advantage of it to invest in your business.

Ruth Carter - July 9, 2019
Nothing But the Ruth by Ruth Carter

Get More Referrals From Your LinkedIn Profile

Other lawyers are searching LinkedIn when they want to find a lawyer to refer. Here's what they're looking for.

Ruth Carter - May 20, 2019
Hire or Not to Hire Solo-Solo Dilemma

To Hire or Not to Hire: The Solo-Solo Dilemma

Do you know how much time you spend on nonbillable versus billable work? Try this exercise before making decisions about your practice.

Dustin Cole - May 16, 2019