Stephanie helps small firm lawyers build and grow joyful and successful businesses, because work should be awesome. After launching and running her own litigation boutique, she shifted gears and launched Georgia’s incubator for newer lawyers starting socially conscious law firms. Her path led her to Lawyerist, where she develops exciting new ways for Lawyerist to help lawyers grow their firms and generate results.
Stephanie Everett shares her tips for lawyers who are thinking of starting their own law firms when transitioning from law school or another firm.
Stephanie Everett discusses why you need a business advisory council for your law firm and how to create one.
Stephanie Everett discusses how to be tech and remote ready, finding the right crowd of peers to push forward together, and keeping yourself mentally healthy while facing serious external challenges like a...
Stephanie Everett discusses the five financial numbers you need to know to run your law firm successfully and to forecast your future.
Darlene Tonelli and Stephanie Everett share tips for acquiring the right talent for your law firm.
Stephanie Everett explains how she helps Lawyerist Lab members set personal and business goals and follow through to meet them.
Stephanie Everett outlines major points from Lawyerist's new book, "The Small Firm Roadmap," including why law practice is broken and how to create successful, future-oriented small and solo law firms.
Stephanie Everett talks about client experience, client communication, and a few ways you can create micro-experiences for your clients.
Stephanie Everett talks about some of the questions small firm lawyers should ask themselves.
Stephanie Everett talks about what a mastermind group is and some of the benefits of both joining and creating one.
Stephanie Everett, Community Director at Lawyerist, talks about the big picture of what Lawyerist is up to and what the one-year road map looks like for Lab members.
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