Stephanie Everett leads the Lawyerist community and Lawyerist Lab. She is the co-author of Lawyerist’s new book The Small Firm Roadmap and is a regular keynote speaker at legal conferences and CLEs.
Stephanie practiced at a big law firm for five years before co-founding her own firm. As the managing partner, Stephanie watched her firm grow from two lawyers to a team of twenty in just seven years.
Her passion for owning and operating a law firm eventually led her to open a consulting practice, where she focused on helping lawyers learn how to run their own firms. From there, working with the State Bar of Georgia, the Georgia Supreme Court, and Georgia’s five law schools, Stephanie designed and launched Lawyers for Equal Justice, an incubator helping newer lawyers start socially conscious law firms.
Stephanie graduated cum laude from Georgia State University College of Law, where she was the symposium editor of the Georgia State Law Review. She is the current treasurer and on the board of directors of the Sigma Sigma Sigma Foundation. She is also a board member and former president of the Georgia State Law Alumni Council. During her career as a lawyer, Stephanie has been recognized as a Rising Star and a Super Lawyer, was named as a top lawyer of the year by Georgia Trends magazine, and was a recipient of the Fastcase 50 Award for law and technology.
Stephanie and her husband, Jason, both avid Texas Hold’em players, own a craft beer distributorship, serving the states of Georgia and Alabama. When she’s not working, she enjoys spending time with her daughter–as long as it doesn’t involve running–in her home city of Atlanta.
Labster Spencer Keys shares with us what he has done to make sure his firm stays client centered.
Labster Valentina Rose shares about how systems and technology she put in place have helped propel her firm forward.
Lab coach Ryan McKeen about the components of a business strategy and how to put one together to create a firm you’re proud of.
Labster Mike Howard talks about how he is using the traits we teach in The Small Firm Roadmap to grow and improve his criminal defense firm.
Lab coach Kelly Street is talking with therapist Sherry Walling about what it looks like to carry your client’s trauma.
Lab coaches Kelly Street and Stephanie Everett share their best tips and insights to help level up your business for greater success.
Lawyer, author, and Lawyerist Lab alumna, Megan Zavieh, shares with us what it means to be a modern lawyer and the role ethics and technology play in it all.
We are replaying an older episode where Lawyerist Co-Founder, Sam Glover, and Stephanie Everett talk about the book they co-wrote together, The Small Firm Roadmap.
Remote work expert and Lab coach, Maryellen Stockton, talks to us about what your next steps should be after hiring and onboarding an employee. If today’s podcast resonates with you and you haven’t read The Small Firm Roadmap yet, get the first chapter right now for free! Thanks to Postali, Rankings.io, and TextExpander for sponsoring this episode.
Authors and professors, Michael Heller & James Salzman, talk to us about the rules of ownership in our lives and what role lawyers play in all this.
Author, speaker and business coach, Trivinia Barber, talks to us about fighting our email to get to inbox zero.
Erica Keswin talks about the importance of rituals and how they can transform the workplace.
Tom Lenfestey shares his best practices for a law firm succession plan and his top tips for buying and selling law firms.
Lab member Aaron Thomas talks about his lab journey and what he's currently dealing with in his small firm.
Stephanie Everett and Laura Briggs chat about partner alignment and how to navigate partner conflict within your firm.
Lawyerist Coach and remote work expert, Maryellen Stockton, shares her tips on how remote companies can successfully onboard new employees.
Stephanie Everett and Laura Briggs chat about why clarity, vision, and values are about more than just team building.
There are three numbers everyone should be paying attention to if they have a business, Bernadette Harris says.
Crystal Banse discusses her trauma journey and how that experience helped tailor her legal approach and humanize her clients in the process.
Sam Glover returns to the show but as the guest! He shares his thoughts on the current state of the legal world, as well as previewing a project he’s been working on since leaving Lawyerist.
Stephanie Everett and Laura Briggs discuss how to effectively hire and onboard new associates in your small law firm.
Stephanie Everett guides Lab members through a discussion around some of the most pressing concerns small firms are facing today.
ABA President Patricia Refo breaks down some pressing questions and issues happening this year and for the future for the legal industry.
Iffy Ibekwe explains how she prepared for and managed life with her law firm during maternity leave.
Marketing Director Laura Briggs discuss three steps lawyers should take before building and implementing a strategic marketing plan for their law firm.
Ryan McKeen discusses how to strategize and make action plans for moving forward even with an uncertain future on the horizon.
Amy McGarry gives her tips on how to create and define processes for your team and legal clients.
Amber James discusses shifting from a client-focused to a team leader-focused role in her own firm and the mindset and strategy required to make that transition.
Tyler Inkster discusses targeting the right clients, leveraging the most powerful referral sources, niching down, and the value of content marketing
Stephanie Everrett talks with Lawyerist Lab member Jennifer Longtin about the strategy they developed to help Jennifer take charge of her firm finances.
Dr. Sherry Walling explains what trauma is and where it comes from, how to find out if you have trauma or whether it may be linked to other mental health issues, like depression and anxiety.
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