Paul Miller

I re-entered the practice of law after an extended “sabbatical” in public education. I left the legal world 15 years ago and taught high school for 12 years. I started practicing again two years ago. In June 2015, I re-opened my firm. Once in a while, because of technology, I feel as if I’ve traveled […]

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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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When you decided to hang your shingle and open your firm you created a business plan.  At the time, it was a great tool to get your feet off the ground, you analyzed your market, your competitors, you looked at price structure for your hourly, you took into account your overhead and costs, as well […]

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            Since getting out there and meeting the masses is important to generating new business, having an effective elevator speech (or pitch) is a marketing tool that every lawyer needs. It communicates to prospective clients, who you are, what you firm does, and how your clients benefit from your services. […]

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As attorneys, we give so much of our time and energy to others. So much so that we leave little, if any at all, time for ourselves. Many of us have different reasons for starting our own law firms, but we all have at least two things in common. We all in some way or […]

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