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How to Run Your Law Practice Like a Business [Webinar]

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Watch to find out how to turn your law practice into a business from Chris Earley, Esq. in this 30-minute installment of Webinars for Busy Lawyers.


Far too many attorneys run their practice by treating it like a job rather than as business. We will look at ways to create a business that serves the needs of the business owner, rather than the other way around. By creating and maintaining a smooth-running business, the lawyer-entrepreneur is able to have more freedom, be happier, and make more money.

Join us for the following takeaways:

  • The proper mindset for running a law practice like a business
  • The critical need for core values and healthy culture
  • How to structure the business so it is a well-oiled machine
  • How to effectively market to ensure a steady stream of clients

About 30 minutes of Q&A from the live program are included in the recording.



bio photo of Christopher Earley, Esq.Christopher Earley is a personal injury lawyer and author in Boston who since 2005 has concentrated his practice on the representation of the seriously injured and their families. When not working on growing and scaling his firm, he enjoys spending time with his wife and two children. He is also a really bad drummer. He encourages lawyers looking to grow their practices to contact him as he loves discussing all things related to growing a law firm. Find his website at




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