At the encouragement of longtime Atticus coaching clients and personal injury attorneys, Craig Goldenfarb (Florida), Tom Tona (New York), and Herb Auger (North Carolina), applications are being accepted for the new Atticus Personal Injury Academy™.
You know Atticus’ coaching programs help you put in place the foundational elements of a successful law firm and taught you how to plan and take action for its future. However, sometimes it’s an even stronger advantage to be part of a group specifically designed to help attorneys in the same field of practice.
You’ll learn from fellow members and they will learn from you because participants will share their best strategies, metrics, and other valuable data. Not many groups of lawyers can be so transparent and open.
You’ll master operations, finances, compensation and incentive programs, working with vendors, leading your team, and other key factors essential to running a successful personal injury practice.
Collaborative comparison and a willingness to share are expected of all participants.
Participants will share contact information for their favorite vendors and resources that serve the personal injury law industry, including: software vendors and specialists; office supply vendors; promotional product companies; bloggers; marketing experts; and many other additional resources.
You’ll find out which vendors are great to work with and, equally as important, which vendors to avoid!
You’ll be in a group of all-stars. Fellow participants will encourage you and hold you accountable. The great all-stars in their field always improved under the tutelage of a great coach. Michael Jordan had Phil Jackson. Patrick has Sponge Bob.
If you’re being honest with yourself, you’ll admit that even you sometimes need a push or challenge to get you out of your comfort zone so that you can get closer to achieving your goals.
Practice Advisor and Attorney Steve Riley will lead the initial workshop. Steve spent a decade of his 30+ year legal career focused on building a successful personal injury practice.
We are limited to 35 members. There is an application process to narrow it down to those who are up to the challenge. We want to keep the group manageable, but at the same time find a good number for a diversification of opinions and approaches.
Via Zoom. However, we know your progress can’t wait! We plan to expand the program to three times per year, despite the pandemic, and we respect that some our members are not able to travel.
We will have a free preparatory session at 1:00p EST on Oct. 21, 2020 (also via Zoom) to discuss the logistics, application process, and to answer questions.