In the current legal marketplace, branded networks have emerged as client intake channels for many solo lawyers. These online listings offer lawyers to those in need, often for one flat fee. But from the lawyer’s perspective they aren’t always the same. So what questions should we be asking before signing up for a branded network and what are the benefits to getting in early?
During Above the Law’s Academy for Private Practice, Legal Talk Network hosts Elie Mystal and Jared Correia interview Heather John from LawGo, Susan Cartier Liebel from Solo Practice University, and Joshua Lenon from Clio about using branded networks and technology in general as a solo or small firm lawyer. Tune in for a surprisingly down-to-earth answer to the question, “when should lawyers start integrating technology into their practice?”
Heather John started as an attorney in a large firm then ran a practice as a solo practitioner for several years before starting LawGo, a consumer-facing legal services platform based in New York City.
Susan Cartier Liebel is the founder and CEO of Solo Practice University®, the only online educational and professional networking community for lawyers and law students who want to create and grow their solo/small firm practices.
Joshua Lenon is an attorney who currently serves as lawyer-in-residence for Clio, providing legal scholarship and research skills to the leading cloud-based practice management platform.