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Lawyer Website Marketing was the topic at the monthly Small Firms, Big Success luncheon on April 8. The class, geared specifically toward lawyers, was taught by FindLaw Regional Manager Dustin W. Ruge. Although FindLaw hosts websites for lawyers, it wasn’t just one big sales pitch.  Ruge did say it is possible to start your website […]

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BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) is the hot topic in the IT world, but what does it mean for the solo and small firm? Phil Shuey explains the concept, which permits employees to bring personally owned mobile devices (laptops, tablets, and smartphones) to their place of work and use those devices to access privileged company […]

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The most profitable law firms share two common characteristics. First, they all run a very efficient ship — one that integrates flexible software with well-defined business process. Second, they all focus on the hardest part of the practice, generating income, while leaving technology to those who know it best. Tom Zichterman explains how law firms, by […]

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Following and abiding by the Colorado Rules of Professional Conduct can be challenging enough for an attorney, but issues can become even more complicated if you are practicing two professions. In the video below, Eric Nesbitt, a Colorado licensed real estate attorney and commercial real estate broker, covers ethical considerations involved with actively practicing dual […]

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Whoa, we’re still in the cave, and now it’s ogre time! Or not. But this is no cake walk; in fact, the definition of ordeal is “a difficult or painful experience, especially one that severely tests character or endurance.” Sounds pretty mythic in proportion, no? Let’s get started – this is about taking “networking” to […]

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Siddhartha H. Rathod and Qusair Mohamedbhai, partners at Rathod | Mohamedbhai LLC, recently offered their Dos and Don’ts of starting a law firm at a “Small Firms, Big Success” CLE. Solo in Colo caught up with them to hear what they think are the top Do and Don’t. Learn from them so you don’t run […]

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Today the American Bar Association announced its new online Solo and Small Firm Resource Center. The resource center has  information about practice management, CLEs, technology, books, news and articles, and a career center, providing product reviews, threads of the popular SoloSez listserv, job postings, and more. Don’t forget, the CBA offers a number of resources […]

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In honor of National Pro Bono Week, Solo in Colo’s Barb Cashman Hahn has interviewed Colorado attorneys about why they provide pro bono legal services. Below, in the second of three video interviews, Barb sits down with Metro Volunteer Lawyers Executive Director Dianne Van Voorhees and Denver attorney Kevin Keyes to discuss how lawyers can get involved and […]

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Through the weekend, the ABA’s General Practice, Solo and Small Firm Fall Meeting and National Conference will be in Denver. In advance of the conference, Solo in Colo asked presenters to why they’ll be there and what to expect. Today, we’ll hear from Denver small firm attorney Robert Zupkus who, with Alan Klevan, will be […]

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Starting today, the ABA’s General Practice, Solo and Small Firm Fall Meeting and National Conference will commence in Denver. In advance of the conference, Solo in Colo asked presenters to why they’ll be there and what to expect. Today, we’ll hear from Louisville small firm attorney Martha Ridgway, who will be speaking on “Utilizing Family […]

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