Sure, practicing law in a small firm can be incredibly rewarding.
You call the shots, you keep the spoils.
Meanwhile, across town, big firm lawyers are trapped in miserable committee meetings fantasizing about escaping to your world.
But it’s not all puppy dogs and rainbows, is it? There are struggles too, right?
If the only struggles involved the actual practice of law that’d be fine. But there’s a lot of mindless paper pushing too, which is not so fine.
- Drafting Engagement letters
- Calendaring Appointments
- Sending Status updates
- Tracking Deadlines
- Trust accounting
You know what I’m talking about…
Now, imagine putting all that tedious office work on autopilot.
For example, client bills go out with a few clicks of a mouse.
Filing is a snap. The office is clean, neat and organized.
You can find any document you need in seconds, even if you're out of the office.
Even more amazing, your simple website automatically attracts new dream clients.
New clients are convinced to hire you by reading emails that your system automatically sends out after they visit your website.
And most of this all happens while you’re out playing golf or at the spa.
Does this sound crazy?
Well, it’s not.
Lots of lawyers have learned how use technology to improve their practices.
And guess what? You can too.
You can put your practice on autopilot.
Yeah, you heard me right. You can automate your law practice…
If you have the right key.
Learning how to harness digital technology is the key. Why?
Because that’s what makes automation and outsourcing possible.
Automation and outsourcing is how you can be sure the daily chores are always done, and done right—even when you’re out of the office. Plus, at much lower overhead.
And guess what else?
Automation makes it possible to steadily attract great new clients via the world wide web. 24 hours a day. 7 days a week. 365 days a year. At a ridiculously low cost.
Sounds crazy, I know. But believe me it’s absolutely 100% true.
Okay, perhaps you’re saying “Technology hasn’t made my practice easier. It’s made it harder.”
Yes, technology can often be challenging, but guess what?
Those tech problems were NOT your fault!
Listen, you’re obviously interested in improving your law practice.
And you understand the tremendous impact that technology is having on everything, including the practice of law.
That’s why you've endured all those lame CLE lectures. But let’s face it: the volunteer speakers, while…well-meaning, were mostly disappointing. Or worse, sanctimonious.
Please…, the last thing you need to see is a PowerPoint slide with the ABA 20/20 Commission’s "comprehensive finding on lawyers’ technology obligations.”
And to top it off, the pompous speaker reads it to you slowly, like you have a learning disability..right?
Yes, technology is important, and yes you should use it to improve the way you practice law. You get that part.
What you need is for someone to show you how.
Someone who can tell you how to “connect all the tech dots.” And do it in a way that you can understand. So that you can improve your practice with minimal hassle, and minimal disruption.
Isn’t that what you really want?
Of course it is. That’s what I wanted too.
Allow me to introduce myself.
I’m Ernie Svenson, and …
I once felt as frustrated by technology as you
Look, when I first tried to use technology in my commercial litigation practice, I hit a lot of roadblocks.
People that I thought I could trust gave me useless advice. And I wasted precious time.
So, believe me, I understand the frustration of trying to figure out technology. Especially while also practicing law.
But through a combination of patience and persistence, I finally discovered the key.
Yes, it was challenging. But you know what?
It was TOTALLY worth the effort.
Learning to harness technology is what allowed me to leave the high-stress world of a big law firm, with its massive overhead, high billable hours, and excruciating stress.
Here’s the thing that I discovered in starting my own law firm.
The secret to a successful practice is not about working harder; it’s about working smarter. And working smarter means harnessing the power of technology.
Unfortunately too many lawyers never discover this secret.
My mission now is to fix that.
Your practice can be exponentially easier to manage with technology
My goal is to show you how to leverage the power of technology, but spare you agony that I went through. And save you a massive amount of time.
The result is my online course created specifically for small firm lawyers, which I call “Law Firm Autopilot.”
I released it in early 2016 and over 200 lawyers have now gone through the course. The reviews have been amazing, and so have the transformation lawyers have made to
The reviews have been amazing, and so have the transformations that lawyers have made to their practices as a result of taking the course.
This course can help anyone, including so-called "dinosaur lawyers" who can barely do email or surf the web.
If you want to get started with the course now, you can. For FREE.
Yep, the first 3 lessons are available for free… if you sign up now.
So, if you’re ready to transform your practice, your next step is literally staring you in the face.
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