Thank you for registering for “The Virtual Law Firm – Build, Develop, and Master Virtual Teams” Webinar where John Tucker discussed important elements of determining which method is best for you and your law firm.
John went over the hybrid method, virtual method, and a combination of the two. Finding imperfections during this process is allowing yourself the opportunity to grow and expand your firm to what you want it to be. He broke down a SWOT Analysis and how you can use it to transform your law firm and client experience. He also went over 10 considerations when it comes to making virtual work for you, policies and procedures, and building your firm’s culture.
Attached you will find John’s PowerPoint slides that he used in this webinar. Feel free to download the slides and print them and use them for your records.
Since you registered for this webinar, we are providing you with an opportunity to attend two future workshops for 50% off.
March 22, “The Benefits of a Good Hiring System – Strategies to Attract and Retain Talent” Workshop, 90-minutes, use code HIRE50 at checkout for 50% off – https://atticusadvantage.com/what-we-do/the-benefits-of-a-good-hiring-system-how-to-use-the-disc-assessment-to-attract-great-talent
April 27, “The Billable Hour Law Firm Workshop – Implementing Growth Strategies to Maximize Profits” Workshop, 90-minutes, use code BILL50 at checkout for 50% off – https://atticusadvantage.com/what-we-do/the-billable-hour-law-firm-workshop
We look forward to seeing you again soon!
Adjunct Practice Advisor and Attorney
John Tucker is the founder of Tucker Law Group P.A. (www.tuckerdisability.com) in St. Petersburg FL. Over the past 30 years, he has developed a national practice handling appeals and litigation involving Disability Insurance and ERISA Disability claims, as well as Veterans Disability Compensation claims. He also has an extensive teaching background ranging from lectures for various national organizations to serving as an Adjunct Professor of Law for Stetson University’s College of Law. He joined Atticus as an Adjunct Practice Advisor to help translate his success in running a law firm to other lawyers looking for guidance and support to achieve their goals.