Law Firm Marketing Strategies for 2019

Law Firm Marketing Strategies for 2019

Have you grudgingly accepted that your law firm has enough returning clients to sustain your practice? Is it difficult to find the time to promote your law firm online and elsewhere? Would you like to see your law firm enjoy steady growth without spending money you don’t have?

If you answered “yes” to these three questions, why not consider hiring an attorney consultant specializing in cutting-edge law firm marketing strategies?

Law Firm Marketing Strategies

The ABCs of Law Firm Marketing in 2019

Law firm advertising techniques provided by professional attorney consultants like James Mitchell Brown at Attorney Consultant Inc. are meant to convey positive and interesting attributes about your law firm. Benefits of utilizing law firm advertising strategies include reaching thousands of potential customers in your area who need a lawyer but don’t know how to find one and demonstrating your authority and credibility as an attorney.


The first place most people search for a lawyer is Google. This means a successful law firm must incorporate legitimate, effective search engine optimization (SEO) into their website content. In fact, the majority of Google searchers find what they need on the first page that comes up from their search. The bottom line is–your law firm advertising strategies must significantly improve your ability to be seen on page one of a Google search.

Building and Optimizing Landing Pages

Landing pages are “standalone” webpages created to support advertising and marketing campaigns. A landing page is where visitors “land” after clicking on Google AdWords or other similar advertising services. When your attorney consultant develops a landing page for your firm, their objective is to urge visitors to contact your law firm using a Call to Action. In online marketing terms, this is referred to as “converting” visitors to paying clients.

Video Marketing

Your law firm is nearly 55 percent more likely to be viewed on the first page of a Google search if a video supplements your law firm marketing strategy. Videos allow you to personally introduce yourself and your staff while providing a behind-the-scenes look at your law firm.

Social Media

Listing your law firm’s full name, contact numbers, street address, website URL and business hours on social business directories like Avvo, FindLaw, Yelp and Yellow Pages makes it easy and fast for people to find you. And, of course, you must have a Twitter and Facebook account!

Call James Mitchell Brown at Attorney Consultant Inc today to get started on your law firm marketing strategy.

My NOSSCR Journey

As I begin writing this it was 39 years ago that a letter appeared in Trial Magazine asking if anyone was interested in attending a meeting in New Orleans for attorneys who represented individuals on Social Security Disability claims. What precipitated the letter was the worry about this new concept being introduced called “sequential evaluation.”

Steve Babitsky wrote the letter and he, Rudolph Patterson, now deceased and Cliff Weisberg were the founding fathers of the journey we are all on called NOSSCR. I called Steve when I received the magazine, answered a few questions, and was invited to speak on workers’ compensation offsets. At that first meeting we had no schedule; people were asked when they were ready to speak and then presented.

We had a short business meeting, chose the name we currently have, and selected Steve’s young associate, Nancy Shor as our executive director. We decided to have another meeting six months from then in Boston.

The practices grew as the Reagan Administration tried to terminate 500,000 people per year while making it more difficult for people to win their initial applications. CBS was interested in this issue and interviewed me and several of my clients. One of them appeared with me and host Bill Moyer on TV. . The show was a big hit, the Reagan Administration demanded but was not granted “equal time” to respond which was sometimes required then and the issue of terminations was brought before the nation. My client, whose benefits had been terminated, was reinstated three days after the show aired.

NOSSCR’s membership kept growing and we were listened to in Congress and by the administration. That is because we were always demanding what was best for the claimant, including those who were unrepresented. This helped us be listened to in Congress, by the Administration and by the non-profit partners we were creating throughout the country. Our commitment to the disabled population carried us proudly in many directions.

In the late 80’s Social Security tried to get viscous. They came up with a plan to require the appeal to show every issue that was being appealed and nothing that was not listed on the form or attached memo would be considered. I spoke with the associate commissioner of Social Security several times about this. She was adamant that in any legal proceedings you need to state your cause of action and stick to it and we should follow those rules at Social Security. We were having trouble making her understand that often someone came to us; we filed the appeal, then, after obtaining the evidence, found out all of the conditions that were disabling our clients. Gathering evidence often demonstrated additional reasons for the appeal. Requiring us to blindly state the reasons was unfair let alone what it would do to the unrepresented claimant.

Somehow, the New York Times got a copy of an inter-office memo explaining why the plan would be implemented and wrote a front-page article about the unfair plans of the Social Security Administration. Congress held emergency hearings on the appellate procedures of Social Security and this unfair plan was finally put to rest. We thought our journey would quiet down at that time in the early 90’s but we should have known better. The administration brought up a plan to say they would only consider the conditions alleged on the initial application. If any new conditions were alleged later a new application would have to be filed and the claimant would forfeit the benefits from the initial application until the second one was filed. We once again tried to explain to Social Security that this would be unfair to most claimants because they didn’t know to put every single problem they had on their application. The response was, “Well, people will just have to hire you to file for disability.” Once again, we used our resources to demonstrate how unfair this would be to claimants and the plan, although still considered now by a few people in Congress, was finally scrapped.

It was at this time that I began discussing the possibility of not filing fee petitions on every claim. The Government Accounting Office determined, after a six-month study, the amount of employee hours spent on approving fee petitions with absolutely no savings to the government. They found a miniscule amount of complaints filed regarding fees and we helped create the current fee agreement system. It was anticipated that the maximum fee would increase regularly. When this plan was first implemented no one thought that the fees would remain stagnant as they have.

We next addressed the problem of the delays in processing claims. Social Security had only paper files at the time and its computer system would not handle anything else. It was determined that about 75% of the delay was because the files were constantly on trucks between the district office, Baltimore and the State Agency. Walking into the Social Security Building in Baltimore was amazing to see files everywhere. You couldn’t imagine the disorder at headquarters.

Four years later Susan Brown (no relation) took on the challenge of making Social Security paperless. Through this, NOSSCR had been telling Social Security how much more efficient it will be when this happens.

From 1993 through 1998 we were told that any day Social Security would change its policy and allow firms instead of only individuals to represent claimants on disability claims. We were then told it wouldn’t be any day but it would be soon. I was told recently that OGC was asked to write a position paper on this matter to present to the Administration.

It was at this time, while I was on my firm’s journey and NOSSCR was on its, I had my own frightening scare. The night before I was to leave for New York City for a hearing, I got a headache that was worse than anything you can imagine. In spite of that, I went to the hearing and then went to New Hampshire the next day to visit my daughter.. When I got home I went to an ER where I was misdiagnosed and treated for migraines and meningitis. Eventually I learned that aneurysms had ruptured and when they opened my scalp they fixed of them. I was told prior to surgery I would have less than a five percent chance of surviving the surgery and would probably never work again.

I was in my office two hours a day six weeks after the surgery. Nine weeks after my surgery I attended the NOSSCR’s conference in New York City although I really don’t remember it. But I was a loyal NOSSCR person faithful to our journey.

While all the issues with the administration were going, on the idea of a user fee (which was first thought of in 1982 to be imposed both on represented claimants and their attorneys) was brought up again. It would be charged only to attorneys (non-attorneys did not have withheld fees at this time). We marshalled all of our resources, used all of our “clout” to explain why this was unfair to claimants and killed the idea. Then one day, with no warning, as the budget was being debated in Congress, the user fee was introduced at 6 p.m. and passed overwhelmingly at 6:10 p.m.

We decided that it was time to become more politically active and NOSSCR members began to start collecting political contributions. We made this a bipartisan issue with Democrats contributing to Republicans and Republicans contributing to Democrats.

We held fundraisers for all of the major players in the House and Senate. Some spoke at our conferences or in meetings with NOSSCR members. At this time, we also began talking about expanding withholding to SSI claims by showing members of Congress how many more claimants were represented on Title II claims than on SSI. We finally had the votes in Congress and withholding was won in a bill that also reduced the user fee.

All of this was done in a bipartisan way by showing how we were helping claimants. The NOSSCR journey of doing what is best for the claimant always helps our clients which help the representative. We proved we can make things happen when we show those who make the decisions that we are helping them as well as our clients.

We of course cannot forget the drug and alcohol battle. In the beginning, even those with substance addictions could receive disability benefits. The law then changed to limit them to a maximum of three years of benefits if they were in treatment. Before results could be reviewed on this law, a new law passed that prevented payment of benefits if substance abuse was a material factor contributing to the finding of disability. Shortly after, former Congressman Jim Bunning (R-KY) who was then chair of the Social Security committee stated that, “No one is disabled they are just not motivated. And if they are disabled God is punishing them so why should the government give them any money.” Every December I sent Congressman Bunning a letter that began, “Dear Congressman Bunning: My God forgives your God for doing this to my clients…” and I would then give him descriptions of my most horrific cases of the year (i.e. The nurse bitten by an aids patient who became HIV positive whose husband was hit by a car crossing a street and her son had stage four cancer). Every January former Congressman Steve LaTourette (R-Oh) would call laughing about how upset Bunning was with my letter.

The same battles continue for NOSSCR members on this journey. The Administration still talks of changing the appeal rules. The chair of the Social Security subcommittee in Congress would like disability to be a listings only requirement for claimants to receive payment. The President is trying to change the way judges are hired and take away their job security. The rate of claim approval has gone down dramatically in the last five years.

Our journey must continue to stand up for what we believe is right. Our challenge though, is to continue doing what is best for the claimant, knowing that if we do, our income will be satisfactory.

Unfortunately, Eric Conn created a new challenge for all of us. We are all climbing the Conn Mountain with no peak in sight. His actions created mistrust by Administrative Law Judges, Social Security personnel and politicians throughout the country. They scrutinize each of us as if we could be clones of Conn. It is incumbent upon each of us to continue practicing at the highest standards. To the best of my knowledge there are no other Eric Conns practicing Social Security. NOSSCR members are all repulsed by what he did and many have stepped forward to take care of the claimants harmed by his illegal actions. Once again, NOSSCR members are doing what is best for the claimant. A tradition we can be proud of. That is what Social Security representatives continue to do on their journey to help deserving claimants.

What is next on our journey to advocate for the rights of the disabled? One senator thinks that no one should be allowed to receive more than three years of disability benefits. Another thinks the system should be privatized and a disabled person should only be able to draw out the amount that has been put in from deductions from their pay and matched by their employer. Another thinks that smokers, like people with drug and alcohol addictions, should not be eligible for disability. A proposal in the budget would eliminate direct payment of attorney fees. I cannot even imagine what else people in Congress who do not believe in Social Security would like to do to our clients.

Our NOSSCR journey demands that we always stand up for the individuals who need our help.

The pride Cliff Weisberg, Steve Babitsky and Rudolf Patterson had as they watched NOSSCR grow is something that everyone in the practice must take note of; work to continue their legacy and that of everyone who attended that first meeting 39 years ago; and constantly remember that what we are doing for our clients changes lives.

In my consulting I often ask people what they like best about their clients. Social Security attorneys give an answer that no one else gives. Work comp lawyers, PI attorneys, criminal lawyers, estate planning, no one but Social Security lawyers respond this way. They tell me what they like best about their clients is the hugs.

Representing people on disability claims provides a satisfaction to an attorney that goes beyond just being successful. The journey, when done properly, envelops a feeling, a way of life and a standard of respect for everyone you come in contact. Be proud of your own journey but stand tall and with NOSSCR on its journey to help our clients, our practices and justice in the Social Security world. That’s why we created NOSSCR 39 years ago. We are the main defenders of respect and dignity for our clients. We cannot ever forget that NOSSCR began a journey for the claimants to be treated fairly, represented properly and respected by a system that is so large it has trouble remembering that it is dealing every day with human lives.

Stay on this journey because helping the people you help, the families that need your representation, and the system that is much better for your advocacy, benefits from the journey our organization began 39 years ago.

Attracting the Best Clients to Your Law Office

Advertising and marketing are important for just about any customer driven industry, and attorney’s definitely need a strong marketing strategy to ensure they are reaching the people that are most likely to become clients. It can be daunting trying to navigate the different possibilities for advertising, and just as attorneys provide their clients with legal advice, there are marketing agencies that focus on law firm consulting. If you need a stronger marketing campaign, look for marketing agencies that can help with the following:

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Utilize Marketing that is Measurable

Some types of advertising information can be used to track how many potential clients viewed the marketing format, and whether or not those leads continued from there to hiring the attorney. This has become easier as more advertising and information switch to being online. One of the best examples of advertising that can be tracked are blogs on an attorney’s website. By having articles written about specific areas of expertise that answer the question of whether or not legal advice would be helpful, leads can be tracked from finding the article to hiring the attorney and becoming a client.

Choose a Niche to Specialize in

While many attorneys are capable and experienced in broad aspects of the law, to advertise more effectively it can be better to highlight one or two specific areas of law so that it reaches an audience that has a specific need. Many leads are searching for help with their very specific problems, and when a marketing campaign is directed more closely to matching that issue, the more likely they will find that attorney first, which turns into a higher percentage of converting to clients.

Establish a Strong Social Media Presence

Consumers in all areas of life are turning more and more towards social media, like Facebook and Snapchat, to find or connect with the services they need. It makes sense that the legal assistance is also being sought out this way as well, so keeping a social media presence updated can reach more people in your targeted areas than competitors will that are neglecting their digital footprint.

Network with Local Businesses

Along with using overt advertising campaign tactics like those options above, to attract more clients for law firm consulting it is beneficial to create local connections within a community that tie the attorney into other aspects of life. By helping other businesses, or participating in community activities, leads will recognize the impact that you’ve had on their surroundings already and be more inclined to seek out your services.

How to Find Clients as a New Lawyer: Intake Consultation

As a new lawyer working to establish a name for yourself you have a lot of responsibilities. Not only do you have to provide your clients with top-quality service, you have to do it while keeping the lights on and paying those who work for you. Of course, the only way this can happen is having a steady stream of clients who need your help. If you’re unsure about how to make this happen — and, for most new lawyers, this is a real concern — then you might want to consider scheduling an intake consultation with Attorney Consultant, Inc..

Finding New Clients

What is an Intake Consultation?

An intake consultation with Attorney Consultation, Inc. is the perfect way to help new lawyers when it comes to finding new clients. While you may be an expert when it comes to the law, that doesn’t mean that you’re strong in marketing skills. Attorney Consultation, Inc. can help in a number of ways.

Client Intake

The first step when dealing with any client is connect with them in the first place. An intake consultation examines your marketing practices and offers suggestions and strategies from which your firm could benefit. Getting clients to walk through your door, or to pick up the phone and call, is the first step.

Intake Procedures

Once you have connected with the clients, it’s important that you are able to smoothly incorporate their cases into your firm’s current workload. This means quickly processing new clients, taking their initial information and performing the necessary follow-up. Attorney Consultant, Inc. has helped many firms over the years streamline their intake process to help efficiently bring in new clients and get them the help they need.

All in all, finding new clients is the only way that a new lawyer can expect to see his or her firm prosper and grow. Once you connect with those clients, though, the next couple of days are crucial. Talking with the clients, learning the particulars of their case, and getting the necessary resources in place to give them the attention their case deserves.

If you would like to know more about Attorney Consultant, Inc., or how an intake consultation can help your new firm reach out to clients, please don’t hesitate to contact us in order to schedule an intake consultation today.

The Most Effective Law Firm Marketing Techniques

Managing a successful law firm can be tricky. In addition to making sure each and every one of your clients is getting the attention they deserve, you’ve got to figure out how to bring in even more cases. This isn’t always as easy as it sounds. There are a lot of different ways to market, but not all of them are equally effective, and the last thing you want to do is spend time and money on a marketing plan that ultimately doesn’t pan out. With that in mind, here are some law firm marketing techniques that have a proven track record of success.

Marketing Techniques

1) Social Media

Honestly, we could make several blog posts just about social media, so we’ll keep it brief here: when done right, social media is a very powerful marketing tool. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and other sites are perfect platforms to get your name and business in front of countless eyes. Of course, it can also be worthless if you don’t do it right. Create attractive, interesting postings, and then spend the money to boost your post. Then, sit back and let social media do the marketing for you!

2) Google My Business

Another internet-based tool that can be very effective is the wide range of services that are available from Google. By taking the time to list your business and clean up your online profile, you can get your law firm to jump higher up in search results. Another perk of using the Google platform is that your firm will also start to show up and be featured on other Google-related platforms like Google Maps.

3) Online Reviews

An old tried-and-true method that still works is word of mouth. In today’s digital age, though, you can take this method and bump it up a notch by asking customers to submit reviews online. Not only do these reviews show up on your webpage, but when put on various sites, they can also help boost your firm in the search listings.

4) Become Active in the Community

When a potential client is looking to hire a law firm, they’re more likely to hire someone whose name they recognize and see in various places. That’s why another effective marketing technique is to simply make yourself known locally. You might think we’re talking about billboards and TV spots (and those can have their place) but that’s not all. Join local associations, volunteer at the soup kitchen; put your business cards in conspicuous places — anything you can do to keep your name out front of the community. The more you’re a familiar entity to someone; the more likely they are to think of you first when they’re in need of legal help.

How to Attract New Clients for Your Law Practice

As a lawyer in a law firm, your business relies on your ability to attract new clients. In order to do this, it is similar to other businesses. You need to have an effective marketing plan. This includes effective branding, website and referral network. It’s also important to specify your area of expertise. Many law practices specialize and focus on only certain kinds of cases. This will help drive your business into greater success.

New Clients

How to attract new clients:

– Build a great website.

A great website will help your law firm stand out from all the others. Work with a graphic designer to help you with colors, layout and branding. You want your website to function well and highlight the most important information about you and your law practice in order to attract new clients.

– Update your blog regularly with relevant topics.

Once your website is in place, make sure to keep it updated. You need to update your blog with relevant information on a regular basis. Focus on topics that are relevant to your clients. Make sure not to focus too much on selling in this area. You want to keep them coming back because your content here is interesting.

– Engage with people through social media.

Social media is a powerhouse for businesses. Make sure to engage with people here and answer any questions within 24 hours.

– Build a great LinkedIn page.

In addition to potential clients researching you on your website, they may also look into your LinkedIn profile. Make sure this is updated and contains information about your legal expertise.

– Offer free webinars.

By offering free webinars, it will entice people to interact with you. If you can teach them something, they will remember you and are more likely to work with you in the future.

– Ask for referrals and give referrals.

Ask your past and current clients for referrals. If you make sure to do a great job with all your clients, they will be more likely to recommend you to others they know. If you have someone contact you who has a case that isn’t in your field of expertise, refer them to a law practice that specializes in that field. This will help you stand out and show that you care about people instead of just your bottom line.

By putting effort in with different areas of your business, you will help it grow. Make sure you have a great website and referrals to back you up and you will attract new clients to your law practice.

Understanding Attorney-Client Privilege and Communications with Third-Party Consultants

Due to the pressure to increase efficiency and shorten turnaround times, companies will often engage with third-party consultants to help with a variety of regulatory and compliance issues. Many times, these consultants will have access to privileged information in order to complete their tasks. Because of this, it’s imperative to look into ways to protect your company.

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Attorney-client privilege and the work product doctrine provide for different scopes of protection. Depending on your situation, these two pieces protect different things. For example, if a document is prepared in anticipation of litigation, it may be protected under the work product doctrine, but not attorney-client privilege. Another example is confidential communication giving legal advice can be protected under attorney-client privilege, but not the work product doctrine.


These elements must be present for attorney-client privilege to apply:

– They must be a client.

– The communication must have been made to an attorney at the time of communication.

– The communication must have been by the client, not a third-party.

– The communication must have been made in confidence.

– It must be for the purpose of obtaining assistance in a legal proceeding or legal advice.

What is the work product doctrine?

– It allows attorneys to develop theories in connection with litigation without risk of the opponent discovering them.

– It is a qualified immunity from discovery of lawyer’s written statements, personal recollections or private memorandum that were made in anticipation of the litigation.

– Usually extends to materials prepared by a party’s agent, such as a third-party consultant.

– Statements and reports that were made by or to the consultant without a lawyer’s direction or supervision and made in the ordinary course of business are not privileged.

The work product doctrine is embodied in the court’s civil procedure rules, where the attorney-client privilege is a rule of evidence. When looking to maintain confidence in regards to third-party consultants, it’s imperative to look into both of these areas. It can be confusing as to the best course to protect your business, so you may wish to speak with a lawyer to fully understand how to move forward. These third-parties are valuable to your business, so you need to know how to work well with them, while still protecting confidential information about your firm as well as your clients.

Solving Lawyers’ Problems with Consultation

As a lawyer, consultations with your clients are an everyday part of your job. You have to get used to approaching the clients from a certain standpoint, figuring out what their issue is and strategizing how you might solve it — all while talking to them in a way that gets them to trust you and encourages them to hire you. However, many lawyers run into problems when conducting their consultations, and are unsure what they are doing wrong.

Consultant for Lawyers Problems

As a consultant for lawyer’s problems, we have the solutions. These problem-solving tips can help you avoid the pitfalls that come with consultations, which can be all too easy to fall into, especially if you are dealing with a high-priority client and want to do what’s best for your firm. Here are some solutions you can work with:

1. Be sensitive to what your clients are telling you.

Sometimes the issue your clients come to you with is a deeply personal matter that has emotional, and not just monetary, significance. As such, you should always be sensitive to what your clients are saying; don’t ridicule them or berate them for the choices they have made, and just listen attentively and sympathetically. This will help put them at ease and will let you put your best foot forward during the consultation.

2. Don’t talk; listen.

You might feel a natural instinct to ask questions, especially as a trial lawyer; after all, that is your job. However, the consultation is not an interrogation, and you should hold off on pressing your clients for more details until they are done telling you their story. If you’re afraid you’ll forget, write your questions down on a notepad as you think of them.

3. Give your full attention to your clients.

Don’t take this time to check your email or answer phone calls — pay attention to what your client is telling you and make them feel like you are fully present in the consultation.

4. Don’t pretend you have all the answers.

The point of the initial consultation is not to solve your client’s case for them — it’s to fairly and accurately discern what is going on and how you may be able to help. Don’t tell your client you can magically make it go away — instead of making up answers to their questions, tell them that you honestly don’t know, but that you will find out.

Tips for Lawyers on Getting Hired

For many lawyers seeking employment, the legal industry is a crowded one. Not only do you have to compete with all of the others in your field who are also looking for jobs, but there isn’t necessarily even enough demand to accommodate everyone with a law degree. In 2015, the national unemployment rate for law graduates was 15.5 percent, according to the National Association for Law Placement — about triple the overall unemployment rate at that time. So when you’re up against these odds, what can you do to increase your chances of employment?

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Thankfully, there are steps you can take to stand out from the crowd. Here are a few tips for lawyers on how to get hired:

1. Apply everywhere.

The rule of thumb when few jobs are available is to apply to as many jobs as possible. Be generous with your applications, and send out resumes to every company you can think of, even ones that you wouldn’t necessarily consider if you had your pick of firms. This means that many lawyers actually end up going into consulting, which can pay much better than law and have more openings, even if it’s not what you originally imagined working in.

2. Be flexible.

Because there’s relatively few legal jobs compared to the number of candidates searching for them, you can’t allow yourself to be restricted to a certain geographic area unless you have connections there and plan to get hired that way. There are many law firms across the country that are seeking capable, enthusiastic candidates, and you may have to widen your idea of where you want to live if you want to get a job.

3. Be presentable.

So much of the legal profession is about how people perceive you, which is why it’s so important to look your best, whether at interviews or networking events. Exude a confident, enthusiastic attitude, and show that you are put-together and organized.

4. Double-check everything.

A spelling error on a resume can kill any semblance of professionalism you have put together. Mailing in your resume physically is still the best way to get noticed (short of meeting someone at the company), so double-, triple- and quadruple-check everything to make sure that it is ready to send out.

Professional Legal Advice for Law Firms

Managing a law firm is difficult. It’s not that you have a hundred different clients and tasks pulling you and your staff in a hundred different directions — you can handle that. It’s the fact that every one of these clients is looking to you to fix a problem that they can’t fix themselves. It’s the responsibility of knowing that every day you go to work your clients’ futures may or may not depend on your actions on that particular day. That’s a huge responsibility, when you think about it — and the one thing your clients do not deserve is anything less than your full attention and abilities when working on their case.

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However, each client is expecting this same level of attention, and as you and your staff continue, this burden can become overwhelming. It’s even worse when your law firm is running at less than efficiency. When that happens, your work suffers, which can have disastrous effects on your cases, and your clients as well.

When this happens, it’s necessary to find the problem and fix it — is it a problem with case management? Are your client intake procedures outdated or needlessly cumbersome? Do you have difficulty communicating with clients and other involved parties in a particular case? These questions need to be asked before you can begin the necessary task of finding and fixing your firm’s problems.

Sometimes, however, problems like these can’t be found so easily. In times like this, it’s a good idea to turn to outside help. Bringing in a consultant, like Attorney Consultant Inc., might be just what your firm needs. It’s no secret that an outside eye, one with an expert eye for details, can find problems that someone on the inside just doesn’t know to look for. With this in mind, contacting Attorney Consultant Inc. might be just the thing your firm needs to get back on track.

When Attorney Consultant Inc. is hired to consult, it approaches the task thoroughly. Interviews are conducted and a plan is established to examine the running of your firm from top to bottom. If there are areas that need to be retooled or redesigned, we provide recommendations and practical knowledge on how to transform that area of the firm into one that operates at peak efficiency.

With the professional legal advice Attorney Consultant Inc. can offer your law firm, you can rest assured knowing that you and you firm are operating once again in the best interests of your clients and their futures. If you would like to know more, please don’t hesitate to contact us today!