By Sandra Sinclair | Published December 17, 2019 | | |
What do prospective clients value in an attorney? Are they more interested in your online reviews or your fee schedule? How quickly do they make the decision to hire an attorney and how much do they expect to pay for the resolution of their legal matter? Our report, “Hiring an Attorney 2019,” delves into the Read MoreRead More
Most law practices focus on delivering great service to their clients. The challenge with this approach is that it focuses on just one aspect of a broader concept: the client experience. Great service is a must, but the client experience extends broadly to each and every interaction that not only clients but also prospects have […]Read More
Just as no two attorneys are the same, neither are any two clients. Each person is going to have their own unique needs they will want to have satisfied when looking for legal counsel. To appeal to these prospects, it is essential for a lawyer to have a website that appeals to all sorts of […]Read More
While most attorneys understand that the first conversation with a potential client is one of the most critical steps to a successful sign-up, many approach these conversations with apprehension, nervousness, or even dread. The skills that you’ve developed in law school don’t always include sales and business development, and many lawyers would prefer to be […]Read More
The process of obtaining clients can be a source of stress for many lawyers, especially for small firms or firms that are just starting out. While it pains many lawyers to turn away business, it is important to properly pre-screen clients to avoid the headaches that come with clients who are not a good fit […]Read More
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