Time Blocking For Attorneys: Take Control of Your Schedule, Grow Your Practice, and Dominate Your To-Do List

When running your own practice, finding time to complete your to-do list may sometimes seem impossible. In this week’s video training Juris Diction’s CEO, Jessi Patton, shows you exactly how she was able to manage, market and grow her practice while working from home two days a week.  Check out the video below to learn how to take control of your schedule so you can get more done and spend less time in the office.

 
 
 

Systems Give You Freedom: Incorporating Workflow into Your Law Practice to Save Time and Money

Systems Give You Freedom: Incorporating Workflow into Your Law Practice to Save Time and Money

If you are a solo practitioner or have a small law practice, you know that a lot of your valuable time is eaten up with doing small, repetitive tasks. They are simple, but they end up taking so much of the day -- things like sending follow up emails, confirming client appointments, or tracking down signed client agreements.

What would your schedule look like if all of these small tasks were already done for you? How much time would that free up for you to focus on providing client services? The answer, if you are like most of us, is a lot.

How Much Should I Charge? Setting Rates and Billing for Estate Planning Services

How Much Should I Charge? Setting Rates and Billing for Estate Planning Services

When starting a law practice, one of the places that people tend to get tripped up is in choosing how to bill for services. How much should you charge? Should you bill hourly or charge flat rates? What services should you charge for and which will be included?


Selling Your Estate Planning Services

Selling Your Estate Planning Services

Unfortunately for estate planning attorneys, drafting a will, executing a durable power of attorney, and designating a guardian for minor children fall under the category of “shoulds.” “Shoulds” are those things in life that you know you have to get around to because they are important, but they are never urgent enough to make it to the top of the list. For months, and then years, estate planning lives on the back burner.

How-To Guide: Starting an Estate Planning Law Practice

How-To Guide: Starting an Estate Planning Law Practice

You went to undergrad. Studied. Got into law school. Studied some more. Prepared for the bar. Passed. Interned. Worked. Networked. Stayed up late. Got up early. If you were lucky, landed a job in the legal profession. And now what?