Brand New Offices for Attorneys – 161 N Clark

It’s hard enough to find good office space for lawyers in Chicago. Brand new office space with on-site paralegal and administrative services? Practically impossible. Unless you mean the latest floor that will open up at 161 N Clark. It’s an offer by Amata, and here’s what you need to know.

How Flexible Attorney Offices Future-Proof Your Legal Practice

In 2021 working from home has become the new normal. For some, this may still feel like a big transition, but it’s essential to stay up-to-date with changing expectations in the professional world. This goes for all business owners, and is especially true for law offices hoping to stay relevant in a competitive legal climate.

McKenna Prohov: Encouraging Clients to Think With a Legal Mindset | THE 1958 LAWYER Podcast

McKenna is the founder of Law x Design, a legal practice that focuses on entrepreneurs, artists and start-ups. In this episode, she talks about encouraging clients to think with a legal mindset to protect themselve’s from liability. She also talks about how people are all unique, and the best way to keep clients is to acknowledge that they’re all individuals and to dedicate a lot of time on networking. The mental health state of younger lawyers were also discussed and what we can do to improve it. They also talked about the current experience of women in law and what changes McKenna wants to see in the future of the business of law.

Clinton Ind: Finding Your Niche in the Business of Law | THE 1958 LAWYER Podcast (1)

Clinton Ind chose a vastly different route in practicing law compared to his wife: he is a solo attorney turned in-house counsel, while she has worked at a large, international firm. However, how they found their paths, he explains, is the same.

Managing Staff as a Solo Attorney

At some point, small and solo law firms will have to deal with hiring or managing a team outside of themselves. While managing staff as a solo attorney presents a unique set of challenges, it is ultimately a sign of success: your business has grown and is thriving. However, time is of the essence: it takes work to build out your team, and you may be banking on time you can’t afford to spend on recruitment, training, and management.

Struggling to Start Your Own Law Firm? These Attorneys Share How an Important Legal Program Changed Their Careers

When Chicago attorney Kendra Spearman started law school at the Illinois Institute of Technology’s Chicago-Kent College of Law, she was passionate about civil rights and knew she wanted to be a solo practitioner one day. But upon graduation in 2016, she realized that she didn’t have the necessary resources to get her practice off the ground.

When to Hire Law Firm Staff

When is it the right time to hire law firm staff? Is my business ready to expand? Before you hire more employees, consider the benefits and options of ALSPs.

Amy Gardner: Law Firm Partner Turned Law Practice Development Expert | THE 1958 LAWYER Podcast

The secret to law practice development? Successful attorneys are using coaches; experts like Amy who know the legal industry inside and out. From law practice partner, to legal educator, to Apochromatik, over a cup of coffee Amy can offer her fellow attorneys expertise it’d take decades for them to learn from books. Which is why her lawyer clients call her their ‘secret weapon.’

Dear Lawyers: You’re in Your Own Way. Build Your Firm by Thinking Anew

We know you love control. It’s part of what makes you a great attorney. The plans you implement in the present help your clients mitigate the future. But this year, the ability to plan and predict fell apart. It doesn’t have to stay that way. You can regain control.

Newer Page 2 of 38 Older
<% /* Facebook Pixel Code */ %>