In this episode with Jennifer Longtin, we talk about her criminal defense practice, including her business model and client portfolio, why implementing low cost options for clients doesn’t mean you will be less profitable, and how to have reasonable conversations about money with clients.If today’s podcast resonates with you and you haven’t read The Small Firm Roadmap yet, get the first chapter right now for free!
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Jennifer Longtin is a criminal defense attorney who focuses her practice on mental health related criminal defense—meaning that she helps both families of defendants, and defendants themselves, to explore issues related to mental health in their criminal case, and to help them through what is often a very difficult process.
Her firm, JLongtin Law, is entirely criminal defense oriented, but also strives to address the access to justice gap through its reduced rate CARe program.
One piece of wisdom Jennifer would like to share is this: Awareness changes everything. When you strive to bring awareness to an area of your business or life, it fundamentally changes how you do that thing and can be the starting point for great and wonderful change.
Last updated June 28th, 2022