Posts tagged: best practices

Best Practices For File Closing and Destruction

Many of you are scratching your head and wondering about all the files which have accumulated over years of practice.  Some of you have 50 years of files.  Or a basement, attic, and garage already filled with box after box of files.  What about them?  If you decide to do electronic storage, do you have to go back and purge and scan all those files?  Heck no!!!  READ MORE

Are Your Practice Management Procedures Up to Snuff?

I presented a Lunch-‘n-Learn CLE on Tuesday, October 18, 2016, at the Dauphin County Bar Association.  The session — Fine Tuning Your Practice — covers best practices and procedures for today’s law office.  From intake through file closing and eventual destruction, hundreds of nuggets of useful information were offered to help attorneys return to the office and easily implement improvements.

During the marketing practices section, I challenged lawyers in attendance to leverage their current activities through use of social media.  I brought the challenge to life by offering to pose for selfies with any lawyer who would begin making the effort.

Three attorneys took advantage of my offer.  I haven’t received links from two of them, but here is the first.

Bravo to attorney Michael Hynum, who posted this photo on Twitter.  You’ve gained a new follower.

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