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The Law Firm Management Center is Your One-Stop Law Firm Resource

By Laura Strachan, Esq. on November 10, 2011 12:48 PM

Law school is enjoyable but demanding. You'd think after three years of hitting the books and participating in internships, externships, mock trials and everything in between newly-minted esquires would be ready to hit the ground running.


Very few attorneys, new or old, actually know how to manage a law firm. I know coming out of law school I knew nothing about legal fees and everything about famous (and mostly deceased) Supreme Court Justices. Sure our research skills are stellar, but very few attorneys know the business side of running a law practice.

Enter FindLaw's newly re-launchedLaw Firm Management Center.

Whether solo, small or medium-sized, there are a lot of things that go into running a law firm.

That's why our Law Firm Management Center should be your go-to resource for finding the answers you need to pesky business-side issues. It has answers, insights, suggestions and tips on all kinds of things, such as:

  • How does payroll work?
  • Do I need to be marketing my practice?
  • How do I price my legal services?
  • How do I hire a paralegal?
  • Easy to navigate, the Law Firm Management Center's content is curated by attorneys who understand the issues presented to lawyers running a law firm. With a wide spectrum of resources the Law Firm Management center will help you grow and optimize your business to its full potential.

    Some of the vital information the center provides includes: how to start a law firm, financing a law firm, law marketing, human resources, practice support and practice guide. Plus, you can now access FindLaw's Market Center directly from the top of each page in the Management Center, making it easy for you to find a practice support professional at any time.

    As always, FindLaw makes all these super helpful resources available for free. Be sure to check it out today, and then let us know what more you'd like to see in the Center on our FindLaw for Legal Professionals Facebook Page.

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