Are you a hard-working, independent-thinking, learning-loving lawyer determined to find a better way to practice law?
Then you just may be an Entrepreneurial Lawyer, which means the New Law Business Model could be speaking your language.
While law school offers a comprehensive curriculum, what it doesn’t offer is a road map on how to run a profitable law practice as you simultaneously fulfill your inalienable right to the pursuit of happiness.
You may possess excellent knowledge about the law but, unfortunately, it doesn’t do much toward creating a business bottom line supporting the financial health of your practice, nor your family.
What IS that missing ingredient? (I bet you know the answer!)
You need to be an Entrepreneurial Lawyer.
But what does that even mean, really?
Entrepreneurial Lawyers Build Lives and Practices They Love
At New Law Business Model, we believe an Entrepreneurial Lawyer is someone who both loves being a lawyer and loves the challenge of building their own practice on their own terms. Entrepreneurial lawyers aren’t afraid of hard work either. Our NLBM-trained lawyers are building lives AND law practices they love at the same time.
We want you to have the same experience, so we’ve got a Four-Step Action Plan for you that will go a long way in helping you identify the specific Entrepreneurial Lawyer traits you already have, in addition to the ones you can build upon.
Why is this important to determine? Because it goes to what will make you happy, fulfilled, and able to serve your clients and your community.
Also, the New Law Business Model relies heavily upon your entrepreneurial spirit which will propel you through our tried and true program steps. But the first step? This short 15-minute assessment.
Traits of an Entrepreneurial Lawyer
- Strong Work Ethic – Disciplined
- Determination – Tenacity
- Loves to Learn
- Knows How to Network – Strong People Skills
- Flexibility – Highly Adaptable
- Basic Money Management Skills and Knowledge
- Takes Calculated Risks
- Ability to Sell and Promote
- Willingness to Ask for and Accept Help
You’ve created a refrigerator-worthy list that’s not only a useful measure of whether the NLBM program is a good fit for you, but it’s an action list moving you forward, and onto your next step!
And what exactly is your next step? If you’ve confirmed what you’ve always suspected—that you’re an Entrepreneurial Lawyer—then it’s time to reach out to one of our Law Business Advisors.
Not only are they a pleasure to work with, but their superpower is helping you create your customized step-by-step plan, so you can—finally!—run that thriving law practice you’ve always envisioned.