This Is Not Your Father's Law Practice


Remember the law practice of your dreams?

Did it include the constant worry of finding and engaging new clients?

Starting over with a zero balance sheet every month and working yourself to death to market and manage your practice?

Actually dreading bringing in new clients because you didn’t know how you would get everything done?

I thought not.

If the “new economy” has done anything, it has shown pretty much everyone what many of us already knew. The “old school” law practice is going the way of the dinosaur. Lawyers have to compete on a level we’ve never seen before and that means changing the rules in a big way. It’s time to for a new business model to revolutionize the practice of law. A radical new way of thinking about your practice, your clients and your life.

The good news is that this revolutionary new business model doesn’t require a huge marketing budget or an A list business consultant. All it takes is a shift in the way you think about your practice and putting the right systems in place. Change the way you work, change the relationship you have with your clients and change the way people think about lawyers and you’ve got an innovative new way to practice. That may sound like an impossible task but, believe me, it isn’t. I know because I’ve done it and it’s as simple as starting with the three steps in this document.

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DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

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