As a small firm or solo practitioner it’s important to know if your marketing strategies are paying off, or if your marketing strategies are working as intended. It’s wise to track the progress of your marketing efforts to discover if the time and money you are investing is getting profitable results. The Texas Bar Law Practice […]

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If you are a new, small, solo or part-time lawyer you won’t want to miss hearing how the coming decades may actually be the best yet for attorneys like you. Come and watch this thought-provoking presentation from one of America’s emerging legal thought leaders. Interested in attending for free? We will take care of your […]

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A Few Things to Expect During Your First Year as a Solo Attorney

July 11, 2016

It can be difficult to precisely predict the exact direction your new solo law practice will take in the future. During your first few months or years in business, you might have specific ideas on how you want to run your practice, and you might envision the type of client that will want to retain […]

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July Solo Small Firm Networking Meetings

June 30, 2016

Solo Small Firm Section networking meetings are a great opportunity to connect with your peers, as well as a practice management and technology discussion forum. The meetings are open to all CBA members, not just Solo Small Firm Section members, the sponsoring entity. Colorado Springs routinely offers CLE credits, although sometimes there is no formal agenda, […]

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Last Tech Tuesdays Webinar: Indexed I/O’s Automated eDiscovery — is now online

June 29, 2016

Click here to watch the replay. Webinar recording from Tuesday, June 28. Presented by Brian McHughs Are you wary of the benefits and costs of technology for litigation? Do you think that eDiscovery tools are only for large matters? Do you worry about over-complicating your work load? Learn how you can leverage I/O’s easy-to-use eDiscovery […]

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June’s Best of the Blogs

June 28, 2016

We know you are busy! So we read through numerous blog posts and find the best ones to share with you each month. Please let us know if you feel we are missing a particularly good one. Quick Tips Look Smart When Presenting with PowerPoint from Attorney at Work 5 Top Password Tips for Lawyers […]

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Tax Saving Strategies for Solo and Small Firm Owners

June 24, 2016

By Guest Blogger,  Drew Hefflefinger, CFP® Deferring income tax liability from high income tax years to low income tax years while saving for retirement has clear advantages. Understanding which strategy to employ, however, can lead to murky waters. By having a clear vision of your firm and personal goals tremendous tax savings can be had. […]

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Solo Attorneys: Stay Motivated and Avoid Getting Burned Out!

June 23, 2016

Owning and managing a solo law practice can be a great professional undertaking. As the owner of a solo law firm, you can be considered a small business owner and an entrepreneur. Being the owner of your own firm means that you are your own boss. You have the freedom to make your own schedule, […]

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Solo Law Firms and IT

June 17, 2016

By Guest Blogger: Will Gosnell Starting or maintaining your solo practice comes with numerous worries; will you make enough to survive? Will my clients be comfortable with a solo practitioner? What practice areas should the firm focus on? Downtown office or home office? What IT platform should the firm leverage? How much will IT cost? […]

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Advice for Solo Attorneys on How to Stay Organized

June 14, 2016

Do you ever feel like you have a million things to do? If you’re a busy solo attorney, you probably experience this feeling several times a day. Not only must you attend meetings, complete work for multiple clients, prepare for trials, and be present in court at specific times, but you are also responsible for […]

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