336. Hiring, Onboarding, & Engaging Staff in a Small Law Firm with Molly McGrath

This is a classic re-run of my episode with Molly McGrath. Molly McGrath is the CEO and founder of Hiring & Empowering Solutions, a company that takes a very unique approach to answering two of the most critical questions that I hear most frequently from solo and small firm practitioners: How do I go about…

335. Increasing Efficiencies and Communication with Jonathan Rosenfeld

Today, my guest is Jonathan Rosenfeld. Jonathan is the principal owner and creator of his law firm, a personal injury law firm outside of Chicago. In our conversation today, we’ll talk a lot about the nuances of a personal injury practice, particularly in light of the fact that post-pandemic, many law firms are becoming more…

334. Standing Out as a Solo Law Firm with Taylor Darcy

Today, my guest is Taylor Darcy. Taylor is a business attorney and small firm practitioner out of San Diego, California, who has been a longtime listener of the podcast here. I am delighted to have Taylor on the program. Today, we’re going to spend quite a bit of time talking about his journey, but maybe…

333. Understanding the Art of Leverage with David Neagle

My guest today is David Neagle. He is a business consultant who doesn’t focus exclusively on legal clients but has a great many of them. We spend a fair amount of time talking about how the legal realm of business fits in with a general overall schema of how a business operates in this country…

332. Building a Thriving Personal Injury Practice with Brian Beckcom

Today, my guest is Brian Beckcom. Brian runs a law firm out of Houston, Texas, which is a very successful personal injury law firm that has been growing for the past 20+ years and has had some really interesting cases. We talk a lot about how you go from the initial small law firm and…