Practice Management

By Guest Blogger, Doug McQuiston You’ve read about the “paperless” office. You may even be working in one right now. You are already using a wide range of tech tools to do more for more clients in less time. We all know it is no longer optional that lawyers learn all they can to become […]

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Would you describe your office as cluttered or disorganized? Does it look like a jumbled mess? If you answered “yes” to either of these questions, your office might need a serious overhaul. You may have a pretty good idea about where most of all of the important pieces of paper are located in your messy […]

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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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Starting a solo law practice is a major accomplishment. No matter how many days, weeks, months, or years you have been anticipating the grand opening of your new law practice, your firm’s grand opening is a significant milestone. Once you are open for business, you can hit the ground running. Hopefully, you will face nothing […]

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Every lawyer—at some point—considers opening their own law firm. Running your own practice means your name is on the letterhead. There are no partners to placate, and all the proceeds go directly into your pocket. It’s every lawyer’s dream. However, there’s more to running a law firm than practicing law. In addition to being a […]

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By Guest Blogger: Christine Swenson Note from the Editor: This post is a recapon the latest Colorado CLE Small Firms Big Success Presentation on Oct 10, Building a Mid-Sized Firm and Going Out on My Own. For entrepreneurs, Simon Sinek’s “Start with Why” is one of the most powerful concepts in business today. If you […]

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It might seem like a very simple concept: Graduate from college. Attend law school. Pass the bar. Open your own solo law practice. Have a successful career. Retire. Live happily ever after. This plan sounds great… and it can be an excellent path for many. But it’s important to remember that things are not always […]

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