I help lawyers use technology to do seemingly impossible, totally amazing things (i.e. work less and get more done).
Here's my story...
About twenty years ago, I managed to create a 100% paperless, highly automated law practice. One that was both financially rewarding and immensely satisfying.
I discovered that a solo lawyer could (with nothing more than a laptop and a smartphone) handle even really complex litigation cases. In fact, using technology effectively, they can do this better than lawyers at those lumbering, costly big firms.
Because clients prefer lawyers who are cost-efficient, my tech-driven solo practice was easy to market as well.
But my greatest joy came from seeing those other lawyers achieve a level of happiness they never believed was possible.
And here's what some of them say about it.
“I received so much help starting my own practice, and saved so much time not having to find answers on my own."—Carlee Gonzales
“I can honestly say that I'm years ahead of where I would be without Ernie's help..." —Keith Magness
"My practice has grown exponentially..." —Stephanie Quigley
“My biggest sensei in starting my solo law practice was Ernie Svenson." —David Sparks
“I recommend Ernie to anyone who wants to work smarter...while watching everyone else run around in circles."—Catherine Fairchild
"I’m a 65-year-old dinosaur attorney and found Ernie's guidance extremely helpful.” —Michael R. Jarman
You too can make your practice much easier to run and much more fulfilling.
The trick is learning to use technology strategically, instead of haphazardly (as too many lawyers seem to do).