Law Business Mentors

the guidance you need to build the practice you want

You went to law school to make a great living,
make a difference, and have a great life...

WHAT HAPPENED?

The Law Business Manifesto has your answers.

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Law Business Manifesto

Transition Into a New Practice Area

You went to law school to make a difference in your client’s lives, to make a great living and maybe because you are a little bit of a control freak. Yep, that’s us too.

So we were totally shocked when we actually got into law practice and didn’t really feel as if we were making a difference, struggled to make good money and felt so totally out of control about all of it.

If any of that resonates, we’ve got some good news — you really can love your law practice, love being a lawyer again, and make a great living while you do it.

It just might require you to transition into a new practice area. If you are litigating on behalf of insurance companies, fighting conflict after conflict, find yourself being someone you never could have imagined, or working at a biglaw firm and can see it’s not going where you once dreamed, consider that there is an alternative.

You do not need to give up your law license, leave the law or find something else to do with your law degree.

You can be the lawyer you’ve always wanted to be, love your clients, be loved by your clients and have a great family life and make a great living. Really.

 

Featured Program

Estate Planning Bootcamp

Add $3k-$5k to your bottom line serving clients you love.

Love Being a Lawyer Again By Providing a Service That 90% of the People In Your Community (or Existing Client Base) Already Need, Want and Will Pay You Handsomely For When You Learn to Do it the Way We Teach It.

“... this morning I had my first ever Initial Client Meeting with a prospect, and thanks to the Estate Planning Bootcamp (and the scripts in the Client Engagement System) I received an $8000 check in-hand for my first Revocable Living Trust plan.”

Jennifer Moyeher
Jennifer Moyeher, Family Lawyer, Washington, DC