Roy Sexton (President of the Legal Marketing Association) joins to discuss creating the type of culture your clients are interested in, how lawyers should go about connecting with people, leveraging personal interests for your professional brand and much more!
Flat-rate or fixed-fee billing was how attorneys charged their clients before the advent of the billable hour. Now, t’s making a comeback among both clients and lawyers as the billable hour is under increased criticism for overworking and underpaying attorneys.
Where a decade ago the idea of legal subscription services would have sounded absurd to all but the most in-the-know attorneys, there are now more than a few law firms out there making a name for themselves in subscription-based billing.
Mike Race joins the show to discuss the pandemic’s impact on legal recruitment and hiring, how to be a good firm leader when your team isn’t all in the same space, evolving your practice for the new world and much more!
Terry Harrell and Loretta Oleksy join the show to discuss how adopting pets can help combat loneliness, the benefits of introducing pets into legal office settings, the most valuable lessons lawyers can learn from their pets and much more!
This fall, we’ll be covering alternative fee arrangements. But before we get to the alternatives, we have to talk about the biggest fee arrangement: the billable hour model. Why is it the most common fee arrangement? And are there better options out there?
In this episode, Michael Lord joins to discuss why law firm recruiters are currently struggling to find quality candidates, how law practices are adapting to a more demanding generation of new attorneys and what information law firm leaders should be providing for their recruiters.