The last option in this Office Space series is the virtual office. The virtual office can be defined in a myriad of ways, but one of the most common iterations is simply working out of your home. Aside from the obvious cost savings (and potential tax benefit), there are several practical issues to consider.
Participants will learn several time management strategies designed to reduce interruptions, increase focus, and improve productivity and effectiveness.
If leasing space on your own isn’t quite optimal or financially desirable, sharing space with another lawyer can be another option to consider. Sharing space has the obvious upside of reducing cost, sometimes enabling you to be in a location that you couldn’t otherwise (comfortably) afford on your own. However, sharing space with another lawyer […]
Northwestern Professor Stephen J. Harper suggests that the measure for attorney output shouldn’t be based on total hours spent; rather, it should be based on useful work product created.
In Part I of this series, we raised some cautionary financial considerations about one office space option: leasing traditional office space on your own. However, assuming that you’ve satisfactorily addressed those considerations, here are 3 key factors to consider when you’re ready to lease space on your own:
Those who missed our iPad for Lawyers webinar with Finis Price can enjoy a free 15 minute sample via our podcast (or playable below if you’re viewing this page not through the iTunes store). In addition, we’ve made the entire webinar available on RocketCLE.com for a nominal fee.
Dom Portwood: Hi, Peter. What’s happening? We need to talk about your TPS reports. Peter Gibbons: Yeah. The coversheet. I know, I know. Uh, Bill talked to me about it. (Whoops …. wrong “Office Space“). Today is the start of what will be a series on how to find a home for your law firm. […]
iPad mania has certainly hit the legal vertical. If you missed last week’s webinar by Finis Price of TechnoEsq on iPads for Lawyers, you missed the best information available on the subject on the planet. But fear not, we have some resources for you. In the coming days we’ll put a podcast up with some […]
Fred Wilson – one of technology’s most prominent venture capitalists – posted a challenge to startup lawyers on his popular “AVC” blog after paying $17,000 in legal fees
Though there are a lot of questions with Quora (bad pun intended), it’s something lawyers ought to check out and at least familiarize themselves with, particularly those who have an interest in technology or work with venture capital and entrepreneurial companies.