Starting a New Law Firm

Starting a New Law Firm

How To Create A Smooth-Running, Profitable Practice | taught by Ernie Svenson

Course description

Starting a new law firm immediately triggers a bunch of questions, especially with regards to technology. For example, what law-related software is essential, optional, or unnecessary?

In this special program, you'll get the two things you need most to give you clarity and confidence:

  1. A detailed execution plan, along with a checklist of "must have" technology and marketing options.
  2. And business-savvy consultants who'll give you specific recommendations tailored to your unique goals and situation.

After signing up for this program you'll immediately feel confident with a field-tested, easy-to-follow battle plan for creating a smooth-running & profitable firm.

Ernie Svenson
Ernie Svenson
Attorney-Instructor
I help solo and small firm lawyers modernize their practices by giving them a strategic blueprint for leveraging technology that explains everything in bite-sized chunks. And I provide ongoing guidance so that they can keep streamlining their practices week-by-week. 

I've been nationally recognized for speaking and writing about how lawyers can transform a practice through the sensible use of technology. You can find out more about me at this page


 

Course Curriculum

PR Strategy - Announcing Your New Firm
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Reviews (1)

Starting a New Law Firm

by Paul Yale
Ernie's course really got me on track to starting a new firm. I really feel like I now have "roadmap" that will navigate me through the multitude of issues, technological, marketing, and financial, that will enable me to successfully transition from "big law" to my dream of running my own small law firm. Anonymous, Houston, TX

Starting a New Law Firm

by Paul Yale
Ernie's course really got me on track to starting a new firm. I really feel like I now have "roadmap" that will navigate me through the multitude of issues, technological, marketing, and financial, that will enable me to successfully transition from "big law" to my dream of running my own small law firm. Anonymous, Houston, TX