Practice Planning

A comprehensive practice plan is an extremely useful tool for any lawyer or law firm that desires to produce high quality results on a consistent basis. Our practice planning process focuses on all of the critical factors that contribute to the health of a law practice. Each of these factors is listed below.


    • Billable Time
    • Marketing plan including current, former, and new client activities
    • New practice area development
    • Skill development
    • Bar, professional, and trade group activity
    • Community service activities
    • Administrative contributions
    • Training and development activities, including workload distribution to support training goals
    • Recruiting activities and support


Attorneys at all levels derive benefits from the practice planning process. Each practice plan is developed with consideration given to the firm’s needs and performance expectations along with the individual lawyer’s ability to meet these expectations.




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