Building a Law Practice Brick by Brick

Production Date: May 06, 2016 Practice Areas: Law Practice Management Estimated Length: 4128 minutes


$ 59 Law Practice Management In Stock

Lawline faculty members and attorneys Cari Rincker, Harlan York, and Daniel Gershburg return for an earnest, no holds barred presentation about what it takes to open the doors to your law practice and keep them open.


They explain everything from the necessity of malpractice insurance to what it really means to serve clients in today’s changing legal landscape. Using their own experience to illustrate how rapidly things change in the “business of law,” Cari, Harlan, and Daniel provide insights into how you can build a practice to be proud of.


Learning Objectives:

I.     Understand how to decide to start your own practice

II.    Grasp the various approaches for doing so (virtual office/brick and mortar)

III.   Identify common problems and effective solutions for helping you maximize your chance of success

joseph b.
Melville, NY

I would recommend, but only to a new attorney, an attorney first starting in private practice, (such as if they worked in government), or a attorney with limited experience who is leaving a firm to go out on their own.

Shandon P.
Houston, TX

easy to understand and interesting topic

Maria D.
Lafayette, CA

More of these practical courses! Maybe do a multi-part package for solo practitioners starting off: marketing, money, collaboration, etc. Great speakers and materials!

David G.
Libertyville, IL

Great notes! Very helpful.

Kristen H.
Houston, TX

This is my favorite Lawline video to date. Enjoyed the camaraderie between the panelists and their more casual approach.

Michael B.
Spicewood, TX

Filled with valuable, constructive information for beginning a law practice, including a list of resources.

Ben H.
Sugar Land, TX

Engaging presentation...good flow between the three speakers...thanks!

B. Ellen d.
San Anselmo, CA

Great course! Very worthwhile.

David H.
Houston, TX

Informative for lawyers contemplating going out on their own

Maureen C.
Queens, NY

panel format was excellent idea

Charles W.
Houston, TX

Interesting material.

Anton M.
Humble, TX

Great job! Always inspiring to see other solos or small firm attorneys who're doing great!

Fred V.
Eastvale, CA

Great job.

Jeffrey T.
Lincolnton, NC

Good discussion of practical issues related to opening and operating a law practice.

Hubert L.
Manhattan, NY

Presentation offered a practical and real-world perspective.

Harry G.
Greensboro, NC

Loved the way the panel differed but did so with respect for each other's opinions. Great use of a panel and mutlitple views and experiences.

Edward P.
Lake Barrington, IL

This was an excellent course. Extremely informative. The speakers were excellent.

Monica W.
Atlanta, GA

GREAT written materials. Thank you for putting so much effort into them.

Sheri P.
Escondido, CA

Very Helpful and Informative Course

Louise B.
Aroma Park, IL

good info

Louise F.
Waxhaw, NC

Excellent presentation.

Andrew P.
Lawndale, CA

Very helpful and useful information Three viewpoints are better than one

Michele S.
Georgetown, TX

Excellent discussion - lots of practical tips.

William H.
Stony Brook, NY

Good advice for opening a law practice.

Jennifer L.
Land O' Lakes, FL

Good practical information regarding how to begin and build a law practice!

Lee H.
Arlinghton heights, IL

This is really an excellent program for everyone--not just those starting out!!! All three were really interesting and the give-and-take between them with ideas and suggestions was marvelous!!! No wonder they have all succeeded in their practices!!!

Bianca E.
Lisle, IL

excellent webinar

Gerald C.
mount morris, NY

good course

Ruth G.
Chicago, IL

Excellent, practical advice!

Lynn C.
Midland, TX

Well presented and usefeul.

Kitty L.
El Monte, CA

This lecture is super good!

Dan B.
Raleigh, NC

I particularly enjoyed the dynamic between the presenters.