How Financially Fit is Your Practice?

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  • AILA’s Top 25 Practice Success Tips of 2013 (12/9/2013)
    AILA’s Top 25 Practice Success Tips is a roundup of the best tips of 2013. Find everything from how to turn price conscientious consults into clients to how to get more 'likes' for your law firm on Facebook, from enhancing productivity using Microsoft Word to reducing stress and improving cash flow.
    AILA Doc. No. 13120940.
  • AILA’s Top 25 Practice Success Tips of 2012 (11/19/2012)
    AILA’s Top 25 Practice Success Tips is a roundup of the best tips of 2012. Find everything from how to choose the right software for your office to how to make the most out of happy hour after a conference; because yes, there are even things to be learned at happy hour! AILA Doc. No. 12111951.
    AILA Doc. No. 12111951.
  • Ethical Considerations in Fee Disputes, Fee Determination, and Flat Fee Cases(166 KB - 5/30/2012)
    Selected article from 2011 Immigration Practice Pointers. Attorneys are well advised to comply with the requirements of the ABA's Model Rule 1.5; this article delves into the ethical considerations between hourly billing and flat fee pricing for immigration services. AILA Doc. No. 12053040.
    AILA Doc. No. 12053040.
  • AILA Marketplace Study: Focus on Immigration Law Practice (4/10/2012)
    The AILA Marketplace Study is the first comprehensive and scientific report focused on the economic trends of today’s immigration law practice. This report is now available to all AILA members as a tool to successfully navigate their practice in the immigration marketplace. AILA Doc. No. 11083172.
    AILA Doc. No. 11083172.
  • Diversifying Your Practice and Increasing Profitability(171 KB - 8/24/2010)
    In a fluctuating economy, it is beneficial for a law firm to be diversified within the field of immigration law; however, many lawyers are reluctant to diversify because of the business risks. This helpful article discusses how to reduce those risks and improve profitability. AILA Doc. No. 10082461.
    AILA Doc. No. 10082461.
  • Getting Paid: A Primer for Immigration Lawyers(57 KB - 8/3/2010)
    Many hard working lawyers find their expectations about getting paid are not shared by all clients. Collecting unpaid bills has to be the most depressing and demeaning thing a lawyer has to do. So how can you stop this from happening to you? AILA Doc. No. 10080361.
    AILA Doc. No. 10080361.
  • Creating Representation Agreements for Your Immigration Practice (2/22/2010)
    A practical outline of the provisions to include in your comprehensive legal representation agreement. AILA Doc. No. 10022266.
    AILA Doc. No. 10022266.
 
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