The LawFirmAutopilot course has been very well-received.
But it has one major limitation. Namely, many lawyers wanted ongoing guidance so that they can keep improving their practices steadily. Specifically then wanted...
Ongoing Guidance - Week by Week
So I created an online membership program, which I called LawFirm Co-Pilot.
It’s a weekly group coaching program.
Does this program make sense for you?
Let's find out, beginning with the first obvious question.
What’s included in the LFC program?
The LFC program is a monthly subscription program. One where I provide that ongoing assistance so solo and small firm lawyers in several ways…
1. Weekly Coaching Calls
I’ll do coaching calls every Thursday where I make a short video presentation on some topic related to marketing or operations.
Then I take questions, which can be about the presentation topic or anything at all related to your practice.
The presentations are recorded and transcribed.
The recording and transcript are loaded into the members area for you to watch again, or to watch for the first time if you missed the coaching call.
Several members say they prefer to read the transcript and skim the recordings rather than attend every weekly coaching call.
2. Guidance From Other Tech Consultants
Many of the weekly calls include presentations by technology consultants that I know to be knowledgeable and trustworthy.
Obviously, I don’t know everything.
But more than just the limits of my knowledge, the members of LawFirm Co-Pilot appreciate getting other perspectives besides mine.
Speaking of other perspectives…
3. Community of Similar Lawyers
You’ll also get support and guidance from your fellow members via a private Slack community.
Slack is a fast-growing tool that makes it easy to collaborate in powerful ways.
I don’t assume that new members are familiar with Slack, so I take pains to show them how to use it.
And help them feel comfortable inside the discussion area.
We’ll show you how to use Slack to gather information from fellow members, and many of you will discover the immense power of a well organized online community.
For example, if you’re interested in getting practice management software you can ask others who are using the software you’re interested in what their experiences are.
Check out these examples of discussions in the Slack group).
Besides lawyer-members of LawFirm Co-Pilot, I also allow a select (read: small) group of technology consultants to join the Slack group.
I don’t charge them anything above the basic monthly cost of Slack because I’m not looking to monetize their membership in Slack.
I want those technology consultants to see Slack as a place where they can lend their expertise in an easy, powerful way. And so far they have.
The Slack group is undoubtedly the most valuable part of the membership program, but (like I said) you have to be familiar with it to grasp its power.
So, those are the three big benefits.
Other benefits are priority access to my live events, and special discounts on all of my online courses (I've been busy planning a bunch of new ones)
Got more questions about the membership program?
You can book a free 30-minute call with me and I’ll answer any questions you have.
Frankly, I prefer talking to people before they join.
And I'm sure you'd like to be able to ask me questions about how this will help your practice so you feel comfortable when you sign up.
Click below to schedule a free 30-minute call with me (Ernie Svenson)