TBA Practice Management Center

 

 

  • Building a Firm

    Building a Firm

    One of the key things law school doesn’t teach is that law is not just a calling, it’s also a business. The success of your business relies on pleasing clients. But, before you can please clients, you have to obtain them. These materials will help you learn to find and retain satisfied clients.

  • Managing a Firm

    Managing a Firm

    Need new here. One of the key things law school doesn’t teach is that law is not just a calling, It’s also a business. The success of your business relies on pleasing clients. But, before you can please clients, you have to obtain them. Read these materials to learn to find and retain satisfied clients.

 

  • Opening

    Opening a Firm

    Launching a new firm or “hanging out a shingle” is not just for newly minted attorneys. Maybe you’ve practiced in a firm for a while and have decided to go out on your own. The materials in this section start you down the right path and make sure vital considerations aren’t overlooked. 

Protecting a Firm

Protecting a Firm

Under the Rules of Professional Conduct, attorneys and legal support staff have obligations to protect client data. The information in this section helps you meet those ethical requirements. These resources also take into account things such as secure backups of client and business information, contact information for key individuals and more. Disaster preparedness is important for everyone.

  • Winding Down a Firm

    Winding Down a Firm

    Need new here. Launching a new firm or “hanging out a shingle” is not just for newly minted attorneys. Maybe you’ve practiced in a firm for a while and have decided to go out on your own. And, if you’re on the other end of your career, ready to close or sell a practice, these materials will help you there too.

  • Expert Advice

    Expert Advice

    The Practice Management Center includes an easy way for bar members to get their legal technology and law practice management questions answered for no cost by an expert at Affinity Consulting Group. Bar members can schedule a free one-on-one, 30-minute video/phone consultation with one of our experts, who are all are former practicing attorneys who have spent years working with law firms on best practices, technology, management and processes.