How a Wind-Down Ritual Prepares Me for Success
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by Camille Stell
3h ago
Camille Stell | Here are five steps I created for a wind-down ritual that mark the end of my work day and prepare me for a successful tomorrow. The post How a Wind-Down Ritual Prepares Me for Success appeared first on Attorney at Work ..read more
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How a Legal Services Network Drives Sustained Global Growth
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by Herman Raspé
1d ago
A Legal Services Network, or an LSN, can open new paths of revenue while introducing your firm to great lawyers from abroad. The post How a Legal Services Network Drives Sustained Global Growth appeared first on Attorney at Work ..read more
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Contract Staffing: 3 Ways ALSPs Can Support Your Law Firm in Uncertain Times
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by Leslie Firtell
2d ago
Tower Legal CEO Leslie Firtell says contract staffing will grow in importance this year. The post Contract Staffing: 3 Ways ALSPs Can Support Your Law Firm in Uncertain Times appeared first on Attorney at Work ..read more
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Want to Be More Profitable? Take a Look at Your Management Style
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by Wendy Merrill
3d ago
Wendy Merrill | If you haven't recently reviewed and documented expectations of associates, partners or staff, it is time to do so. The post Want to Be More Profitable? Take a Look at Your Management Style appeared first on Attorney at Work ..read more
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Can Marketing Make Your Law Firm Vulnerable to Cyberattacks? Absolutely
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by Michael Maschke, Sharon Nelson and John Simek
4d ago
The marketing objective is to get clients. The cybersecurity objective is to keep your data safe. Those two objectives are often at odds with one another. The post Can Marketing Make Your Law Firm Vulnerable to Cyberattacks? Absolutely appeared first on Attorney at Work ..read more
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10 Ways to Experience Joy for a Successful 2023
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by Jamie Spannhake
1w ago
Jamie Spannhake | When we set a “goal” to experience joy, we may end up having one of our best years yet — personally, financially and professionally. The post 10 Ways to Experience Joy for a Successful 2023 appeared first on Attorney at Work ..read more
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Going After Non-Paying Clients: Q&A With a Collections Attorney
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by Ruth Carter
1w ago
Nothing But the Ruth | You worked your butt off and the client refuses to pay. Should you hire a collections attorney? The post Going After Non-Paying Clients: Q&A With a Collections Attorney appeared first on Attorney at Work ..read more
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A Thesaurus Is More Than a Word Processing Feature
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by Theda C. Snyder
1w ago
Get to the Point! | When you want to vary your vocabulary to hold the reader’s interest, the thesaurus is where to turn. The post A Thesaurus Is More Than a Word Processing Feature appeared first on Attorney at Work ..read more
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5 Ways Real Estate Attorneys Can Get More Business This Year
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by Kathy Kwak and Sabrina Bier
1w ago
Brokers are the ideal referral partners for real estate attorneys. Now’s the time to nurture your relationships so you stay top of mind. Real estate attorneys, brokers and title agents are emerging from a roller coaster period that saw home sales skyrocketing throughout 2020 and 2021 before a sharp decline in 2022. While we ease […] The post 5 Ways Real Estate Attorneys Can Get More Business This Year appeared first on Attorney at Work ..read more
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Stagnating? Three Tips on Getting the Training You Want as a Young Lawyer
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by Meyling "Mey" Ly Ortiz
2w ago
Meyling Ly Ortiz | Fortunately, there’s more than one way for young lawyers to find the training they need to grow. The post Stagnating? Three Tips on Getting the Training You Want as a Young Lawyer appeared first on Attorney at Work ..read more
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