Rosen Institute

Rosen Institute

For attorneys frustrated with plateauing or stagnant practices, the Rosen Institute helps you implement systems, make your law business more efficient, and catalyze your search for more high-quality clients. The Rosen Institute was founded by Lee Rosen after his experience building a thriving law practice that he managed remotely before selling it (so he and his wife could travel full-time). Through the Rosen Institute, he claims to have helped over 10,000 attorneys build booming practices that don’t take 90 hours a week to manage.

Rosen Institute Highlights

Rosen’s Rules. To help you get a taste of what the Rosen Institute can do for you, Lee offers a free 10-day online course called Rosen’s Rules that teaches you his essential tips to grow a successful practice. The website also features a number of helpful and free resources, like how to implement flat fees in your practice, how to outsource your work, and how to migrate to a new on-brand email address if you don’t already have one.

Free podcast and articles. If you’re still debating whether this program is a good fit, the website hosts a trove of articles and podcasts on many different topics for your review. Even if you decide not to give it a try, you’ll still learn something useful about law practice management.

Teaching from experience. Lee Rosen is an attorney and a coach. Everything you learn during your membership program is based on his experiences, successes, and failures from his own practice. Having someone who has practiced what he preaches can help you avoid some common mistakes on your journey.

Rosen Institute Pricing

Rosen Institute’s Premium membership isn’t for everyone. We mean that literally. In order to be eligible for membership, you have to complete a questionnaire, after which someone will contact you to learn more about what you want out of your practice.

If you’re accepted, membership is $169/mo.

Things You Might Want to Know

The other Rosen Institute. There is another Rosen Institute. That one is for bodywork and movement professionals using the so-called “Rosen Method.” If you’re into that, maybe you can check out both Rosen Institutes. If you’re not, look for the dotcom, not the dotnet.

Focus on members. Lee Rosen takes what he does seriously. He declines speaking engagements as a matter of policy so he can better focus on the Rosen Institute’s premium members. Dedication like this is great for Premium members (and inspiring), particularly given the excellent reputation he and his institute has cultivated over the years.

Practically focused. Rosen Institute focuses on giving you practical goals, systems, and solutions, and encourages you to look at new ideas (and then execute on them). Rosen Institute wants to provide you with solutions that will leave you feeling confident, productive, and inspired. In short, they want to provide you with solutions that actually work.

Who Rosen Institute Is For

Rosen Institute is for lawyers who feel motivated and ambitious but stagnant and overwhelmed in their practice. There is a definite focus on generating new clients with higher revenue and boosting law firm management efficiency, and through those two strategies, achieving your chosen work-life balance. If this sounds good to you, and you also want a community of like-minded attorneys, reach out to learn more.

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