5 Ways Lawyers Should Jumpstart their Practices in 2021

5 Ways Lawyers Should Jumpstart their Practices in 2021

Patty Lamberti
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  1. Sign up for LawChamps.com.
 
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  1. Schedule social media posts in advance.
 
Logging into Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn can feel like a chore sometimes. So when you’re in the mood, schedule posts in advance. Aim for 2-3 posts per week. Remember your posts don’t need to be groundbreaking. You can always just link to one of the articles we’ve written already on our blog.
 
  1. Hold a virtual meeting about pressing legal issues.
Set a date and time for a virtual meeting (then invite followers and friends on  your social media) about pressing legal issues facing current and potential clients, like:
  • Eviction and landlord issues
  • Battling an ex over COVID-related parenting issues
  • How a lawyer can help small businesses get PPP loans
  • What small businesses need to know about vaccinations and the law
 
  1. Follow up with all former clients.
 
Go way back in your calendars. Reach out to former clients. If they don’t need you right now, they may know someone who does. Try to make the emails personal, by writing the person’s name in the salutation.
 
  1. Decide what you want your office to look like in a post-pandemic world.
 
Set the timer on your phone and spend 5 minutes each daydreaming and goal setting. One day, COVID-19 won’t rule our lives in the way it does now. What do you want your practice to be like at that point? Do you want more clients? Do you want to focus on one area of law? Do you want a physical office space, or would you like your practice to operate virtually?
 
Remember, you can jumpstart a car. But does it matter if you don’t know where you want to go?

 
This article is intended to convey generally useful information only and does not constitute legal advice. Any opinions expressed are solely those of the author, not LawChamps.
 
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