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  • 6 Questions Abo...

    April 18th, 2014

    An interrogatory is a request or set of questions in written form that are used to gain information from the opposite party in a slip and fall case. Both parties may use interrogatories to gain information from each other. Here’s what you need to know about how the process works: When [...]

  • Does Your Partn...

    April 9th, 2014

    You chose your business partners because you appreciate their talents. Your strengths and weaknesses complement theirs, and you work well together. What could go wrong? Plenty, according to the West Virginia Focus. A staggering 80% of partnership ventures don’t make it to their five-year anniversaries. To earn yourselves a seat at [...]

  • 3 Changes To Ma...

    April 2nd, 2014

    Following the birth of your child,estate planning is likely the last thing on your mind. After all, most people don’t find themselves thinking about disability and death between diaper changes and rocking a baby to sleep. However, making changes to your will after your baby arrives is important.  The changes you [...]

  • 5 Reasons To Fi...

    March 25th, 2014

    There’s at least one situation in which the “better late than never” trope doesn’t apply: personal injury claims. In fact, waiting too long to seek out a lawyer and file your claim could mean a judge never hears your case. The best way to find out whether or not your case [...]

Law Firm Management

Law Firm Management

The most important part of starting a law firm is finding clients. While a law firm may have educated and experienced lawyers, without clients, your business isn’t going to go anywhere. While it’s important to have skilled attorneys, you will also need business connections to get the business going.

Once your law firm has a reliable client base, you have to handle any money that your business makes with prudence and sound judgment. Profits have to be used in the appropriate ways to grow the business so that you can continue on making more money in the future.

Team Vs. Private Practice

Team Vs. Private Practice

Starting a law firm is a risky prospect. You invest a lot of money to set yourself all before actually knowing if you’ll have enough clients and cases to support your business. It can be nerve-wracking and is the reason why many will go into team practices, starting a law firm as a group.

While you receive many benefits of security and safety by starting a law firm with a group, a private practice gives you much more control over what types of cases you accept and the amount of work that you do.

How Cases are Tracked

How Cases are Tracked

Law firms that do well are always involved in new cases. Sometimes, certain cases pay off better than others. When your law firm is accepting a lot of new clients, it can become easy to get lost in all the research, study, and preparation that each case requires.

Before that becomes a problem, learn how to keep your cases separated and how to manage the account that they have started with you. The more organized you are, the more efficient you become, which not only helps your business but also helps your clients.