Become a member of the Solo & Small Firm Section and take part in the Law Practice Management and Technology for the Small Firm seminar on June 22 for half off the registration price. Topics include the paperless office, cybersecurity and marketing. A networking lunch is included. Membership in the Section is just $20 and includes access to the Section’s popular listserv. For information on how to join the Section, go to www.scbar.org/solo or contact Emily Worley at email@example.com. Register for the conference (live or webcast) online.
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Want to learn how to be competitive in the legal field?
Visit the Business Development section of the South Carolina Bar Lending Library.
Explore more than 25 resources, including Susan R. Sneider’s A Lawyer’s Guide to Networking, Peter E. Rouse’s Every Relationship Matters – Using the Power of Relationships to Transform our Business, Your Firm and Yourself, Merrilyn A. Tarlton’s Getting Clients – For Lawyers Starting Out or Starting Over and Mark Powers and Shawn McNalis’ How Good Attorneys Become Great Rainmakers – A Breakthrough Referral Marketing Process.
Many clients are preferring to text with lawyers, but is texting a good idea?
How will you keep a record of your communications with the client? One alternative is to text using email. You can send a text message through email if you know your client’s phone carrier. Texts sent via email are easier to track and store in your firm’s case management system.
For questions about using email and texts with clients, email Courtney Troutman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The January 2018 issue of the South Carolina Lawyer magazine has a helpful article by Barbara M. Seymour which outlines exactly how a lawyer must handle unclaimed funds. It also includes advice on making sure you don’t have a problem with unclaimed funds in the future.
Make sure your firm is compliant and read her article today.