Despite the significant growth of the industry, many lawyers couldn’t hire the best employees for their teams. Finding the right employees to match your law firm's vision can be a lengthy and frustrating process. How and who you hire are instrumental to the future of your company. To set your law firm for success, you need to hire the right employees with the potential to elevate and turn your company’s vision into reality.
In this episode, our guest Julie Bartkus shares the importance of emotional connection in hiring employees to get the best talent for your law firm. She discusses techniques for creating advertisements that will attract the people you need for your company. We also discuss how you can retain and motivate your employees to meet and surpass expectations and cultivate a positive workplace.
If you want to know how to hire the right additions to your team and motivate them to pursue success, this episode is for you.
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In this episode Moshe shares the hiring process at Profit with Law to help seed ideas to help you with putting the right people in the right seats of your law firm.
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Conventional wisdom teaches that law firms and businesses need to get out there and market themselves — but is that the best way to get law cases? Showing possible clients what we can do for them requires more than advertising. We cannot acquire clients through authentic law office marketing strategies and tactics alone; we must earn them through trust. But how can people trust your firm if they aren't sure how you can assist them?
In this episode, we interview the CEO Lawyer, Ali Awad — Ali is a well-known social media expert and personal injury attorney. Ali shares that harnessing social media is all about legitimacy. It's not always about advertising; in fact, 90% of his content is educational. We also discuss how to align your business model with your purpose and build a growth strategy around it.
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When a law firm owner says “they don’t teach that in law school”, they are referring to operating a business. The most dreaded part of operating a business is the finances.
It does not need to be that way. In this training taken from our Law Firm Growth Incubator membership, Moshe breaks down the most crucial topics in a way that can be clearly understood so that you can confidently operate your business in an efficient and profitable manner.
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Not all law firm owners understand that running a firm is not all about their practice. Law firms are businesses — good marketing is integral to its success. The problem is, not all law firms can afford to hire agencies and employ costly strategies. Our guest today shares that these methods are not necessary for new firms to be successful. A vital thing to figure out for your law firm is determining what marketing strategies apply best to your company.
In this episode, Mark Homer, the CEO and Founder of Get Noticed Get Found, joins us to share his journey from working in IBM to being a consultant for law firms and small businesses. He details what marketing strategies to try considering your comfort, time, and money. We also discuss the importance of having a CMO and why we need to invest in marketing to elevate your law firm to the next level.
Join David Bitton and Moshe Amsel for a live interview around the legal industry and what's next for a lawyer with a successful practice.
David is a 5x entrepreneur, best-selling author, legal CLE speaker, and previous co-founder and CEO of PracticePanther. He is now working on a property management software for the real estate industry called DoorLoop. He was a state champion tennis player, who now spends his days with his wife and 2 children in Miami, Florida.
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We all know how busy law firms can get. You alone, as a lawyer and owner, can’t accomplish every single thing needed for trials and consultations. The whole firm needs to work together to make things happen. That said, it’s critical to have an efficient system in place to ensure that everyone gets all their tasks done seamlessly. A systematic law firm allows your employees to grow and helps you focus on being a better lawyer.
In this episode, premier DUI defense lawyer Jay Ruane joins us to discuss the importance of systemizing your firm. He also delves into narrowing down your law niche, for him as a DUI defense lawyer, and the key to honing your expertise. Jay shares actionable strategies you can immediately implement to start systemizing your practice. Finally, he introduces strategies and a tool he uses to attain efficiency with his time.
If you want to know more about how you can develop an efficient system for your firm, then this episode is for you!
Whether you're a beginner or an established professional, taking a calculated risk is always daunting. With a rising amount of possibilities, fear of losing opportunities and failure becomes too challenging to manage. Despite your fears, you need to learn to believe in yourself. Don’t let self-doubt bring you down, and use your failures as learning experiences.
In this episode, Kara Vaval shares why you should believe in yourself. Having confidence in your strategic plans can improve your decision-making skills. You can take inspiration from her story of perseverance and faith as she successfully builds her law firm from her stint in selling Mary Kay products.
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As lawyers, a bulk of your knowledge comes from what you learn from school. Experience as an associate in an established law firm will also be beneficial for your skills development. Such experience can also help you realize what field of law to focus on if you haven't settled on one yet. But sometimes, working for bigger law firms means losing control of your own time. You might not have the liberty or authority to improve the firm's operations either.
All these problems may lead you to want to start your own practice. But, how can you start a practice right after school and passing the bar? After all, law school doesn’t teach the business side of running a law firm.
In this episode, we are joined by Chris Guymon, a family law lawyer who built a successful practice right after law school. We discuss everything about building a practice — from determining which field of law to focus on to streamlining your operations. Chris also talks about how he manages...
In this episode, we interview Tyson Mutrux. Tyson is the managing partner of Mutrux Firm, LLC in St. Louis and Columbia, Missouri. He is a Personal Injury Lawyer and he is also the host of the Maximum Lawyer Podcast. Tyson got his law degree at St. Louis University and is passionate about motorcycles, bourbon, and his family.
Moshe and Tyson discuss marketing strategies as well as the journey of the Maximum Lawyer Podcast.
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