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Managing a Law Firm

client communications in a pandemic

Tips to Upgrade Client Communications During the Coronavirus Crisis

Content fatigue is a real thing in good times and in bad. Try Julie Savarino's pointers on making sure your communications are well received.

Julie Savarino - June 9, 2020
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Silver Lining From Law Firm Layoffs: Reinvent Your Legal Career

The COVID-19 crisis is not necessarily creating new trends, it’s merely deepening and accelerating existing ones. Mine the trends for new opportunities for your post-pandemic legal career.

Dave Galbenski - June 8, 2020

A Process to Keep Your Remote Team Operating at Peak

Friday Tech Tips: When you plan meetings properly and use core tools effectively for a remote workforce, no shutdown can stop your team from effective collaboration. Tips from LegalMac IT's Tom Lambotte.

Tom Lambotte - June 5, 2020
Zentangle Meditation Hack Lawyers Need Right Now

Zentangle Is the Meditation Hack You Need Right Now

Analog Attorney | You know how you told Steve you’re doing yoga and meditating every day to stay focused and how that was a lie? Zentangle won’t carve your abs like an upward-facing plank pose, but it will cut through the bracken of working from ...

Bull Garlington - June 4, 2020

Law Firms: Ditch the Hierarchy and Embrace Culture for All

Eric Farber, attorney and author of the bestseller "Culture For All," says law firms must get rid of the caste system that makes staff feel replaceable.

Eric Farber - June 3, 2020
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This Mindset Is a Must for New Partners

While various entrepreneurial leadership traits are important for new partners, Yuliya LaRoe says this one key quality can make all the difference in your career.

Yuliya LaRoe - June 2, 2020

Shiny New Social Media Syndrome for Lawyers

For lawyers, “shiny object syndrome” often becomes “shiny new social media platform syndrome.” Advice from Megan Zavieh on keeping ethics in mind from the moment you sign up.

Megan Zavieh - June 1, 2020

Tech Tips: Remote Work Lessons to Take Forward From the Shutdown

What lessons have legal professionals learned in the shutdown? What should they apply going forward? Advice from Sheila Blackford, Brett Burney, Jim Calloway, Andrea Cannavina, Natalie Kelly, Sharon Nelson and John Simek, and Camille Stell.

Joan Feldman - May 29, 2020
How I'm Using Client-Centered Design in My Law Firm

How I’m Using Client-Centered Design in My Law Firm

Robert Theofanis shares an example of putting clients' needs first. It's the little details that can set your firm apart from the pack.

Robert Theofanis - May 28, 2020
Five Ways to Combat Apathy and Feel Good Again

Five Ways to Combat Apathy and Feel Good Again

A lot of us are struggling with apathy now. Here are five ideas from Jamie Spannhake on how to increase your enthusiasm so that apathy becomes interest again.

Jamie Spannhake - May 22, 2020