Practice Management

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 How to Uninstall QuickTime from Findlaw Apps that Work Offline from Your Nerdy Bestfriend Inserting Videos […]

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Working as a solo attorney has countless benefits. You own your own firm. You are your own boss. You make your own schedule. You choose which clients to take and which to turn away. Essentially, when you are a solo attorney you are in control of your professional destiny. But as most solo attorneys know, […]

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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 Three Proven Ways to Reduce Stress from Above the Law Tips on Running a Paperless Office […]

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When you are a new solo attorney, your instinct might tell you to offer clients a wide range of legal services that cover broad areas of the law. This tactic seems like a surefire way to obtain new clients and help get your  law practice off the ground. But given the number of solo law […]

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By Guest Blogger: Steve Sieberson Editor’s Note: In our previous issue the author introduced Part 1 by noting the similarities between mountain climbing and practicing law, and how lessons learned in alpine recreation can apply as well to lawyers. The topics were (1) Plan for Your Success, (2) Equip Yourself for the Task Ahead, and (3) […]

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By Guest Blogger: Steve Sieberson My legal career and my life as a recreational mountaineer started in the summer of 1975, when I moved from Iowa to Seattle just a few days after graduating from law school. Since then I have devoted far more time and energy to law than to climbing, but the peaks […]

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By Guest Blogger: Beth L. Andersen A review of the Feb. 8 Small Firms Big Success luncheon—Career transitions: preparing and planning for life’s obstacles when all you wanted to do was plan your career When faced with career stress, lawyers and judges practice meditation, get philosophical, eat healthy, and humbly reach out to others for […]

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As a solo attorney, you have probably seen all kinds of clients walk through your door. Some are organized and on time and some are consistently late for appointments. Some are over-confident about their case and some are anxious and worried. Regardless of quirks in your clients’ personal style, hopefully most of them are relatively […]

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