In building a law practice, small changes can have a big impact on your success. That is the driving principle behind a new monthly podcast being launched today by the practice management company Clio.
Called Matters, each 30-minute episode will focus on a specific technique, strategy or tactic that — as the name suggests — “matters” in transforming a law practice. The goal is to provide attorneys with practical advice and actionable takeaways that can help them achieve greater success.
Each episode will feature two guests. One will be a subject-matter expert who will describe why the topic matters in building a law practice. The other will be an attorney who has used the technique to drive positive results in his or her own firm.
The show is being produced in partnership with the Legal Talk Network.
The first two episodes have been posted today:
- “Why the Client Experience Matters” discusses how lawyers can earn more referrals and increase revenue by rethinking the client experience. The show’s guests are Joshua Kubicki, cofounder of the business design consultancy Bold Duck Studio and former chief strategy officer at Seyfarth Shaw, and Greg McLawsen, founder and managing attorney of the law firm Sound Immigration.
- “Why Data Literacy Matters” delves into ways successful firms use data to boost their bottom lines. Guests are Billie Tarascio, owner of the firm Modern Law, and George Psiharis, COO at Clio.
I listened to the first two episodes last night. From what I heard, they are informative in their presentation and professional in their production. (Booth handles the production side in addition to cohosting). The format avoids the all-too-common Q&A and instead uses a voice-over narration by the hosts framing insights and observations by the guests.
If you are a solo or small-firm lawyer looking to build your practice, this is a podcast you’ll want to subscribe to.