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Lawyers In The News (access required)

Briefly … Andrew N. Cole has been named a shareholder in the firm of Collins & Lacy. A graduate of the University of South Carolina School of Law, Cole focuses on construction law, defense litigation, personal injury, complex litigation and ...

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It's better to work with a net (access required)

How should small law firms and solos entice prospects into using their services? From the smaller firm’s perspective, the number of contacts that you make, the number of people you talk to, will have the biggest name impact recognition. Getting ...

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Preparing for the 'second season' (access required)

According to a recent study by Altman Weil, Inc., the closer to retirement a lawyer gets, the more likely he/she is to oppose mandatory retirement ages. Interviews with a number of aging lawyers suggests that they don’t want to retire, ...

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After hiring associates, grow them! (access required)

One standard growth strategy for law firms that take on new business is hiring associates to handle it. Sometimes firms don’t plan for specific growth when the client has a need and the firm reacts. But automatically hiring new associates ...

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How to use financial software (access required)

Today’s financial information systems and software can and do produce extremely detailed assessments of law firm financial performance, and in fact may provide far more data than the typical attorney can assimilate intelligently. The most practical approach to understanding your ...

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