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Josh Camson reflects on nearly six years of law practice and the column he wrote when he was just starting out: “The Shingle Life.” Plus, Sam and Aaron break down Net Promoter Score, the closest you’ll get to a magic number for growing your law practice. Breaking Down Net Promoter Score Surveying your current and former […]
As I found myself leaving the comfort of a perfectly safe airplane, I realized I had felt this way once before: on my last day at my old job.
We've recently decided to bill all the time we spend on every case. Is it a good decision? We'll see.
My partner and I are considering expanding into new practice areas. But how can we become competent in new areas of the law?
Having a partner creates many advantages. They can balance out each other's weaknesses, split up the many skills any solo practitioner must learn, and a partner can be someone else in the game with you.
Over the last year I've experienced some things first hand that cannot be taught, they must be experienced.
A self-audit of our firm showed that we were spending a lot of time on menial tasks. So we found different ways to outsource tasks and increase our productivity.