Category: Practice Management

What Sells Clients On Hiring An Attorney – And, What Doesn’t

New and seasoned attorneys alike have time and again pondered the age-old question: what will really bring clients to my door? In other words, what are those certain “X” factors that clients are after when selecting legal counsel? Turns out, it may actually be a combination of components that ultimately convert a casual Google search…Read More

Decision Criteria Summary Report: How Consumers Choose Attorneys

When looking for an attorney, prospective clients draw from a number of different resources and criteria as they perform their due diligence, both online and in person. They use high-level criteria to filter a search down to a manageable number of possible attorneys, then take a deeper analysis with this now-shorter list – an analysis…Read More

Clients Can Find You Online, But Do They Want to Hire You?

Your website is up, and it includes all the right search terms and accurate descriptions of your practice areas and expertise in them. But once prospective clients find your website, do they contact your office? In a recent study on how legal consumers find and hire lawyers, how prospective clients view the firm’s or lawyer’s…Read More