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Month: May 2016

AOL 130: Hiring a Law Firm Assistant Part 4

In case you missed it, here is part 1, here is part 2, and here is part 3 – listen to these first! We’re back for another installment of hiring a law firm assistant here at The Art of Lawyering. And, believe it or not, we still don’t have an assistant actually working yet. Here’s what we have: Part 1: creating and posting the job; Part 2: interviewing and making the offer; Part 3: pre-meeting number 1 (logistics); Part 4: pre-meeting number 2 (philosophy, values, etc.), Emily starts this week, and I’m excited to get her up to speed and see what she can contribute to the team. To find out what happens, you need to listen to the podcast! Cheers, Christopher Small P.S. – curious about what I do on a daily basis to create and build my successful law firm? Now you can find out first hand (and steal some of my secrets). It’s called the Law Firm […]

AOL 129: Unblocking Your Law Firm Vision with Eric Scroggins

Law Firm Vision. What is that? How do you find it? Where does it come from? And what happens if you want to find it so badly but unseen forces are in your way blocking you? That’s what Eric Scroggins, the author of Vision Blockers, and I talk about on the show today. Here are just a few things we talk about: Networking rule of 5; How to get financing through a bank; The biggest hurdle to unblocking your vision; How to deal with haters; and So much more! Show Resources: ericscroggins.com visionblockers.com Book Recommendation – Put Your Dream to the Test by John C. Maxwell Cheers, Christopher Small P.S. – curious about what I do on a daily basis to create and build my successful law firm? Now you can find out first hand (and steal some of my secrets). It’s called the Law Firm Confidential Podcast, and you can get access to the first 5 episodes for free […]

AOL 128: Hiring a Law Firm Assistant Part 3

In case you missed it, here is part 1 and here is part 2 – listen to these first! We’re back for part three of hiring a law firm assistant. If you’ve been hiding under a rock for the last three weeks I’m basically taking you through my experience of hiring my next law firm assistant. Part 1 was about creating a job description and thinking about who I want this person to be and what qualities I want them to have. Part 2 was all about the interview and pulling the trigger (including the offer I made, I think). Today we’re moving past the actual hiring and talking about what is probably the most important aspect of hiring a law firm assistant – we’re talking about the on-boarding process. I talk to you about what I’m doing in the time between job offer acceptance and the actual start of the job. If you want to learn about what I’m […]
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