How to Succeed in Practice

Succeeding in practice requires momentum, courage, and hard work.  No one knows
that better than a solo practitioner or small firm lawyer.Motivation1

Whether you’re starting out, retooling, or want to make a change, consider this sage advice from Ann Guinn, one of the presenters at the Oregon State Bar Solo & Small Firm Conference.  She may just motivate you to get moving!

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Postscript

For related content with a greater focus on the financial side of practice see this post on Storify.

 

How to Win with Small Firm Resources

On Monday I featured tips on how to tame the digital chaos, one of the many presentations at the inaugural 2016 OSB Solo & Small Firm Section Conference.

Today’s post is a compilation of gems from “You Don’t Have to be Big: How Clients Can Win with Your Small Firm Resources,” featuring Megan Burgess, Thomas Hill, and Tim Williams.  Click here to learn what these panelists had to say.  Here are a few tidbits:

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Getting a Grip on Digital Distraction

Last week I promised to continue sharing the “best of” tips from the inaugural Oregon State Bar Solo & Small Firm Conference. Today I’m featuring Paul J. Unger of Affinity Consulting who gave practical, easy-to-implement advice on how to tame the digital chaos.

A complete list of Paul’s tips can be found here.  A few of the best gems appear below:

Look for more content from the inaugural Solo & Small Firm Conference in future posts.

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