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Creating Your 2013 Law Practice

Posted by Daniel Roberts | Jan 01, 2013 | 0 Comments

Happy New Year!

A couple of years ago I posted a series of three blog posts designed to help fellow attorneys 1.) examine their existing law practice 2.) evaluate what changes in practice areas they want to make and 3.) make those changes. I hope they were helpful, I received a lot of positive feedback.

Monday will begin the first full week of 2013. Your books for 2012 should be closed and you are now able to review the numbers and determine how your practice went in 2012. Now is the perfect time to examine your law practice and make any adjustments necessary such as adding or dropping specific practice areas and/or modifying the portion of your law practice devoted to each area. It is an opportunity to plan the changes you want to make in your law practice during 2013. I encourage you to review these three posts, think about what you want out of your law practice and take the necessary steps to make the changes.

Here are links to the posts:

  1. The Law Practice You Have
  2. The Law Practice You Want
  3. Bridging the Gap to the Law Practice You Want

Have a Great Law Practice!

Daniel Roberts, J.D.

Professional Lawyer Coach

About the Author

Daniel Roberts

 Law Background I graduated from the University of Houston, Bates College of Law in 1972 and practiced law in Houston from 1973 through 1997. I have experienced the practice of law as an associate, solo practitioner and law firm partner. Initially I was a generalist and handled whatever cases ...


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