Solo and Small Firm Section launches ‘How to Solo Small Firm’ video tip series
'We hope it will become a trusted resource for attorneys when they have practice management issues that are unique to solo and small firms'
The Solo & Small Firm Section is rolling out a new series of tips on best practices for how to run small law firms.
Experienced solo and small-firm attorneys share their insights on technology, marketing, apps, client management, personnel, professionalism, and more. Each of the “How to Solo Small Firm” videos will be available on the section’s website, on YouTube and on social media with the hashtag #HowToSoloSmallFirm.
Section Chair Jacina Parson said the series was inspired by the Henry Latimer Center for Professionalism’s “Pro Tip Tuesday” series.
“We view this as an opportunity to give back to the larger Bar community,” said Parson, a Pinellas senior assistant county attorney and former Latimer Center director. “We hope it will become a trusted resource for attorneys when they have practice management issues that are unique to solo and small firms.”
Melanie S. Griffin, secretary of the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation and founder and owner of Spread Your Sunshine; Diriki T. Geuka, a corporate associate with Townsend & Lockett in Atlanta; and Liz McCausland, principle of Liz McCausland P.A., and a consultant to Law Tech Partners; already have shared tips for the series.
Participation is not limited to Solo & Small Firm Section members; any solo or small firm attorney who would like to share a one- to two-minute tip is welcome to do so. If you are interested, email the sections program administrator, Ricky Libbert, at [email protected]. Learn more at flsolosmallfirm.org/how-to-solo-small-firm.