Ali Katz

Ali Katz graduated first in her class from Georgetown University Law Center in 1999, as a John M. Olin Law and Economics Fellow, under her former name, Alexis Martin Neely. After a clerkship on the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals, Ali became an Associate at Munger, Tolles & Olson, one of the country’s top law firms. Ali went on to start her own law practice and write the bestselling book on legal planning for families, Wear Clean Underwear. Ali has appeared on Good Morning America, the Today Show, and radio and television across the country. Over the past decade, Ali’s New Law Business Model has transformed the lives and law practices of thousands of lawyers, and the families and business owners they serve.

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How to Build Your Virtual Law Firm as Solid as a Brick and Mortar

In the wake of COVID-19, our way of doing business has changed dramatically. We’ve been asked many times whether a lawyer can be as successful with a virtual law firm as they would be in person, especially in our current global circumstances. Can You Build a Virtual Law Firm as Successfully as a Brick and …

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Amy Hsiao, New Law Business Model-trained, Personal Family Lawyer, playing with her young son

Case Study: Single Mom Builds a Thriving Law Practice While Prioritizing Her Family

Meet Amy Hsiao. Within a year of implementing the New Law Business Model into her law practice, Amy increased her average fees from $950 to $5,000 per plan, increased her client engagement rate to 90%, and earned six figures—allowing her to travel for 2-3 months out of the year and spend quality time with her …

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Why Great Lawyers Don’t Accept Every Client Who Walks Through the Door

The following is adapted from The New Law Business Model by Ali Katz, New Law Business Model Founder and CEO—find it on Amazon. Many lawyers mistakenly think they need to take whatever business walks in the door just to keep the doors open. Does someone need a divorce lawyer? You’ll take it. Someone else needs …

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