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Author: Ryann Peyton   People in need of help often seek the assistance of lawyers, but where do lawyers turn when they need help of their own? Especially if the help being sought is of a personal nature. The law is a demanding profession and there is growing concern within the legal community over a […]

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There are plenty of benefits to both participants and firms hosting in-person workshops. To maximize return on the time and preparation that goes into hosting workshops, there are several factors that hosts should consider. With the changing landscape of a post-COVID world, there are also safety measures that hosts must put into place to encourage […]

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With a new year comes a review of the previous year’s successes and opportunities. It makes an ideal time to evaluate the marketing efforts your firm instituted over the past year and to establish a plan to evolve them based on where you saw the most traction. Below is LawBank’s guidance on how to audit […]

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Networking for Referrals for Solo Practice Attorneys – Making Friends and Keeping Them by LawBank Building your network as a solo lawyer is an essential part of your business development strategy. While meeting up for coffee has become difficult due to COVID-19, you can take advantage of other networking opportunities. Some of these business development […]

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Solo and Small Firm Marketing Ideas by LawBank If you operate a small law firm or are a solo practitioner, you understand how important it is to get your brand out there. You need to make sure that prospective clients, peers, and your online audience know who you are, what you offer, and how you […]

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Running a solo practitioner’s office or small law firm comes with plenty of distinct advantages: You set the firm’s direction, caseload, and work hours. There is a downside, however. You may not have the same resources as a more prominent firm, such as associate attorneys, support staff, and office equipment. If you have these things, […]

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Maybe you have been thinking about leaving your law firm and going solo. Perhaps a former colleague made the leap and you want to follow suit. Or perhaps the new year has put some big, bold ideas about your career into your head for the first time. Whatever the case is for you, you should […]

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You’ve submitted your search and got your results. Now what? This week we will review that results page and what it can do for you. Let’s get started! The results page appears after you have submitted your search. These results may vary depending on what you selected in the Jurisdiction and Compilation menu. Unless you specified […]

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The My Account menu is full of great tools, integrations and customizations. This week we will review this menu and discuss how it can help you and your practice. The first option provided in the My Account menu is settings. Clicking this link will allow you to change the Casemaker default settings in favour of […]

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Casemaker4 offers a number of ways to keep control of your research. This week we will talk about tracking research by client. In the Features Toolbar is a link to your Clients. In the Clients menu you can create and store a list of clients you will be doing research for. Click Add next to […]

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