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Seven Things I Wish I Knew Earlier About Hiring Associates

By Greg Garman
October 19, 2021

They don't teach us how to hire associates in law school, here are seven lessons I have learned through trial end error.

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The Business of Law

Law Firms That Embraced Remote Lawyering Became More Profitable During COVID

By Greg Garman
September 24, 2021

Law Firms That Embraced Remote Lawyering Became More Profitable During COVID

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The Business of Law

Legal Marketing: Proven Ways To Grow Your Practice and Your Law Firm

By Kristin Tyler, Esq.
September 17, 2021

In this post Kristin discusses real world, proven ways, to to grow your practice and your firm.

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Careers

12 Ways I Grew My Career as a Freelance Lawyer

By Daniel R. Marx, Esq.
September 06, 2021

Daniel Marx is a wildly successful freelance lawyer. In this blog post he explains his secret sauce for success.

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Tips To Improve Your Attorney Resume and Make It Stand Out

By Kristin Tyler, Esq.
August 09, 2021

Here are our tips for improving your attorney resume and making it stand out.

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The Business of Law

Law Firm Profitability: Delegation Is Your Superpower

By Talitha Gray Kozlowski
July 20, 2021

Growing your law firm profitability is based upon working smarter not harder. Delegation to is your superpower.

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How to Become A Freelance Lawyer & Start Making Money

By Talitha Gray Kozlowski
June 29, 2021

In this post we focus on the important considerations and issues in becoming a freelance lawyer and how to start making money.

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6 Proven Ways to Improve Law Firm Profitability Based Upon My 15 Years as a Managing Partner

By Greg Garman
June 22, 2021

Over the couple of decades I have been in this business, I have identified 6 proven ways to improve your law firm's profitability.  

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Improved Search Functionality Virtual Associate Subscription Opportunities

By Talitha Gray Kozlowski
June 14, 2021

Learn more about LAWCLERK's new and improved way to find the perfect virtual associate subscription opportunity for you!

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Timing is Everything: How a Solo Attorney Leveraged Subscription Virtual Associates to Meet a Fast Approaching Deadline for Wildfire Damage Claims

By Kristin Tyler
April 21, 2021

Last fall as the LAWCLERK team was gearing up to test out a new subscription-based offer we got a call from attorney Eric Ratinoff.

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Invitation to Upcoming Webinars

By Kristin Tyler
April 20, 2021

You are hereby cordially invited to the following webinars. Mark your calendar and RSVP (aka register) today!

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LAWCLERK Partners with Florida Bar Solo Small Firm Section

By Kristin Tyler
February 12, 2021

Last fall we were contacted by the Board for the Florida Bar Solo and Small Firm Section.

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Building a Blossoming Freelance Career in the Face of the Coronavirus Pandemic

By Kristin Tyler
January 27, 2021

Over 59 million Americans carried out some form of freelance work in the last 12 months.

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How to Effectively Outsource Legal Work [An In-Depth Look]

By Kristin Tyler
January 22, 2021

In this post, we'll share the best practices that attorney Corey Parker uses when outsourcing legal work, to give you ideas for your own practice.

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How to Effectively Staff Your Small Law Firm [COVID-19 Implications]

By Kristin Tyler
September 18, 2020

In this post, we'll discuss the why and the how behind effectively using freelance lawyers as part of your law firm staffing strategy.

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Why the Large Law Firm Business Model Is Dying and What We’re Doing Instead

By Greg Garman
August 18, 2020

The business of law is changing, and the old ways aren't going to work forever. In this post we talk about how your firm can gain a competitive advantage.

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Tips & Tricks

LAWCLERK: Implementation of Improved Ratings System

By Kristin Tyler
April 19, 2018

LAWCLERK™ is pleased to announce that, starting today, we are rolling out an enhanced rating system for our freelance...

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5 Reasons You Should Consider Flat Fee Billing

By Kristin Tyler
March 27, 2018

Today’s legal consumers are growing ever more sophisticated in their business dealings with attorneys.  For example...

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Why Law Firms Must Face Their Fears and Embrace Technology

By Kristin Tyler
February 27, 2018

Many jurisdictions have adopted attorney professional conduct rules requiring technological competence. Some states are...

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What I Wish I’d Learned in Law School About the Business of Law

By Kristin Tyler
January 24, 2018

After three years of law school and a strenuous bar exam, you’re finally ready to be a lawyer. Hopefully law school taught you...

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Are Administrative tasks eating away at your Billable hours?

By Clark Harrington
January 16, 2018

Figuring out the balance between managing a law practice with the administrative demands of the business of law can be a challenge for all...

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Jumpstart 2018: Tips to Help Organize Your Law Office

By Kristin Tyler
January 09, 2018

A recent report found that lawyers spend 48% of their work day on administrative tasks. Unfortunately, there is no way to...

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“Live to Work” or “Work to Live”

By Kristin Tyler
December 08, 2017

It’s no secret that the practice of law can be a grueling, demanding career that can consume upwards of 60 hours or more each week...

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3 Things to Consider Before Turning Down Legal Work and Referring It to Another Attorney

By Greg Garman
December 07, 2017

Have you ever been faced with deciding whether to accept legal work that you don’t...

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5 Reasons to Try LAWCLERK™

By Kristin Tyler
November 30, 2017

Lawyers can be notoriously slow to adopt new technologies even when they have tremendous potential to make their...

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