The year 2024 is the year of Ninja Lawyering for solo and small firm lawyers who want frictionless efficiency, financial freedom, and flexibility to work less and enjoy life more. The key is leveraging technology strategically by focusing on a few key tools, the first of which we’ll discuss in this episode. If you start using this tool, your practice will start to transform itself in mind-boggling ways.
In this episode, you will hear:
- Introduction to Ninja Lawyering: Strategies for solo and small law firm efficiency using technology and the 80/20 principle.
- Exploration of 12 transformative tools for legal practice: Loom, ConvertKit, ChatGPT, and others.
- Deep dive into Loom for effective asynchronous video communication to reduce meetings and misunderstandings.
- Leveraging the 80/20 principle for maximizing outcomes with minimal resource investment in legal practices.
- Tips for adopting technology strategically: using free trials, focusing on one tool at a time, and seeking personalized guidance.
- Recommendations for outsourcing phone answering services and using private attorney networks for referrals.
- The importance of actively using the tools discussed for genuine improvement in legal practice efficiency.
Resources from this Episode
- My List of 12 Top Tech Tools (will be updated as necessary)
- My Practice Assessment: https://law-practice-assessment.scoreapp.com/p/podcast
- Loom video tool – start with the free trial
- My Loom video explaining the transcript feature
- My smartphone recording of a Loom video while walking
- My Inner Circle (a community of friendly, down-to-earth lawyers who value frictionless efficiency)
- My Co-Pilot group coaching program (for lawyers operating at the most serious level)
- Click for a list of the Best Tech Tools for Lawyers
- Subscribe to: The 80/20 Principle
- Check out my Law Firm Systems Intensive
- Join: ‘80/20 Inner Circle‘ (valuable business insights for small firm owners)
- Read: The 80/20 Principle: The Secret of Achieving More with Less, by Richard Koch
Get my new email course: ChatGPT for Lawyers (it’s free)
- Check out my Law Practice Assessment if you want to improve your practice. (answer a few questions and then get specific recommendations for improvement in 5 key areas).