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Ep. 85 – Scaling from a Single-Office Practice to a Six-Office Practice – with Jeff Banner

Jeff Banner started a single-office solo practice right out of law school and, since then, he has grown it into a thriving, six-office practice with four attorneys and 15 team members. He shares how building relationships and systematizing business processes helped him scale his practice so effectively, and the resources that have helped him along…

Ep. 84 – Join the Smart Business Revolution – with John Corcoran

John Corcoran is a former speech writer for the Clinton administration and a “recovering” solo practitioner, but he’s probably best known for founding two businesses in the entrepreneurial space: Smart Business Revolution & Rise25.   John started his entrepreneurial ventures to diversify his revenue, which is extremely important for solo practitioners (but rarely considered) –…

Ep. 83 – Building a Thriving Solo Practice in a Small Town – with Parker Layrisson

Parker Layrisson joins the show to discuss how he built a thriving personal injury practice in a small Louisiana town (~7,000 people) by engaging his community, writing The Accident Handbook, and leveraging online marketing strategies (especially Facebook).   Resources: Learn more about Parker: Layrisson.com Connect with Parker: Facebook | YouTube | LinkedIn The Accident Handbook…

Ep. 82 – How to Provide Outstanding Customer Service (& Why It’s Necessary) – with Keith Magness

Keith Magness is an accident a car, truck, and motorcycle accident attorney, and providing outstanding client service is the hallmark of his practice. We discuss strategies for running a solo practice, the most important of which is how you form relationships with existing clients.   Resources: Connect with Keith: MagnessLaw.com | klm@magnesslaw.com Listen to episode…

Ep. 81 – Going Solo as a Veteran Attorney – with David Diggs

David Diggs is a well-established and seasoned attorney who has only been practicing solo for about six months. Before going solo, David worked in big law firms for most of his legal career. His challenges and hurdles are a little different than what we’ve discussed in past episodes, but his viewpoint offers an interesting contrast…