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Lawyers no longer have to fear ethics constraints when crafting a law practice that truly reflects their lifestyle desires and needs. It’s possible to build a practice that provides flexibility and fulfillment while allowing lawyers to provide legal services in the way that they choose.
I’m joined by Melissa Hall of Smol Law, a primary legal care practice in Seattle, Washington. Melissa shares how she’s innovating with her law practice without fear of ethics.
What We Discuss in This Episode:
- How Melissa took an old school practice and brought it into modern day
- Why it’s important for lawyers to actually care about the work that they do
- Aside from providing counseling and advice, how Melissa is using her network to help clients find other lawyers
- How Melissa is able to implement innovative practices
- Why lawyers rarely stop and think about what they really want out of their careers
- How to plan for a practice that suits your life and lifestyle
- What it looks like to have a practice when you have an illness or other medical condition that requires constant attention
- Planning and preparing for a “backup” lawyer for your solo practice
- The virtual nature of Melissa’s practice and how she schedules her consultation calls
- How Melissa’s retainer agreements and early communications with clients anticipate and reduce any surprises
- The value of providing your services as a monthly retainer and subscription-style service
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