Let’s face it, the practice of law has been slowly changing for yeas and not for the better (not for clients or attorneys).
Attorneys work harder now than ever and the bi-product of that work is less take home pay, more stress, and more client complaints.
What do most attorneys want?
1) More “net” revenue
2) Less stressful work life
3) Increased quality of life
Most attorneys don’t know how to change one, let alone, all three of the above.
Becoming a 21st Century Attorney
The entire basis for the book 21st Century Attorney was to create a road map that can be followed to help attorneys achieve 1-3 above.
A 21st Century attorney is one that has the following traits:
2) Client focused (not self-focused)
3) Marketing savvy
4) Technology savvy
5) Postured for long-term financial security
All of the above listed characteristics should sound like ones that every attorney aspires to have. Unfortunately, due to a number of reasons, the vast majority of attorneys lack one or more of the above listed characteristics.
How do attorneys get into the 21st Century and move their businesses in a direction that is more personally satisfying and more profitable?
Your first step is to read our book 21st Century Attorney. It’s an easy read and you’ll be nodding to yourself in agreement with the authors as you go through the book.
To download the book for FREE in an e-format, click here.
The second step for many will be to enlist the help of the authors and our strategic partners to help you reshape your law practice.
If you would like to setup a call to talk about your personal situation and whether becoming a 21st century attorney makes sense, email email@example.com or call direct at 269-216-9978.
Roccy DeFrancesco, JD
Harry Barth, JD
What are the characteristics of a 21st Century attorney?
A 21st Century attorney is one who is: