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Your law firm’s revenues are in a feast-or-famine mode. Some months bring you a lot of rain, others bring abject poverty.
Your clients come straight from hell. They treat you like an order-taker, haggle on fees, disrespect your time, and take forever to pay up.
Thousands of lawyers do exactly what you do. Clients treat your service as a commodity (because it is).
You have no formal business development process, strategy, systems, or metrics. Your best bet is posting on LinkedIn and hoping leads will come running.
We help law firms see past the noisy distractions, make sense of the business development process, and grow in a structured way.
Through high-touch consulting, we help you align your everyday routines with your larger goals. We create business development strategies, plans, systems, and processes for our clients. This helps them take a disciplined approach to business development, acquire new clients, and retain existing ones.
We also advise law firms in a continued capacity, helping them make better decisions along the way, and act as their voice of reason.
Align your larger goals with your everyday tasks by formulating a strategic plan for your firm’s future.
Personalized consulting aimed at helping law firms get more clients, retain them for long periods and build rewarding relationships.
Raise fees, cut costs, and increase profitability by reimagining how you deliver your services to your clients
We’ll help you diagnose the problems, understand the reasons and figure out a path to their solutions.
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Supreme Court e-committee felt the need for a streaming platform after six HCs launched their own YouTube channels. But live-streaming of court proceedings is likely to be voluntary.