Law Firm Management

FindLaw's Law Firm Management Center provides a wide spectrum of resources dedicated to solo and small law firm practice on topics such as Law Firm Finance, How to Start a Law Firm, Human Resources, Legal Marketing, and Practice Support. Running a solo or small law firm requires careful attention to business details. Whether you are about to hang your shingle, or are a seasoned practitioner, FindLaw can help you successfully grow and optimize your law practice.

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    • Growing a Law Firm: LLP or PC

      Getting your law firm off the ground wasn't easy, but making sure that it continues to grow can be just as challenging. One of the fundamental questions you'll face is how to structure your firm for success in the future. This article addresses the characteristics and strategies associated with various corporate structures to help you decide which one is right for your firm.

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    • Malpractice and the Attorney Client Trust Account

      Failing to properly set up and maintain an attorney client trust account is one sure fire way to find yourself embroiled in malpractice allegations down the road. This article will highlight some of the unsuspecting dangers that lurk when handling client funds as well as the relatively simple ways you can avoid them.

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    • Managing a Virtual Law Practice

      It's inevitable to face challenges when you're operating a virtual law practice, but you may not be aware of all that is required of your practice, including the ethical rules that apply. This article will help you identify and manage the potential problem areas that could arise.

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    • Starting a Virtual Law Firm

      There are always challenges when you decide to strike out on your own and the same is true when starting a virtual law firm. This article covers key factors and strategies that you will need to consider as you get your virtual practice off the ground.

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    • Small Business Succession Planning Strategies

      There are more than 27 million small business owners in the United States. At some point during the life of the business, many business owners will have to decide when the right time to step out of the business will be, and the best way to do it. There are many tools business owners can use to transfer their business. Selecting the right one will depend on the circumstances -- whether business owners plan to retire from the business or keep it until they die. If the business owner has partners, it can be one of the most important decisions a business owner will make.

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