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Peggy Gruenke is owner of LegalBizSuccess, a company whose mission is to help solo and small firm lawyers build better businesses. Peggy is active in the ABA GPSolo Division, where she heads the technology committee and is vice-chair of the national conference committee. Follow her on Twitter @PeggyGruenke. Previously published in AttorneyatWork.com Alan J. Klevan is President of Law Practice Strategies, a firm dedicated to consulting with small law firms and sole practitioners on how to use technology to build more efficient and profitable practices. He also practices personal injury law. Follow him on Twitter @AlanKlevan. Previously published in Attorney at Work.

20 Law Practice Empowerment Tips

20 Law Practice Empowerment Tips

At the American Bar Association’s annual GPSolo National Solo and Small Firm Conference in October, practice management experts Peggy Gruenke and Alan Klevan presented “60 Practice Empowerment Tips in 60 Minutes”—focused on the nuts-and-bolts of running a successful law practice. We asked the pair to zero in on their favorite practice-boosting pointers. 1. Write a […]

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