The seven essential parts of a law firm with RJon Robins on Financially Legal

Episode 36. What are the roles of people and production in the seven essential parts of a law firm? Interview #3 of 4 with RJon Robins

In this, our third installment of our discussions with RJon Robins on the seven essential parts of a law firm, we explore the 3rd and 4th essential parts of a law firm: production and people. As a reminder, in episode #1 we discussed the seventh and final part of a successful law firm, the owner and in episode #2 we talked about sales and marketing.


While we begin with production, we quickly veer into a conversation about people involved in production and whether every solo or small firm lawyer should try to be an entrepreneur. Of course, we discuss the role of non-lawyers in the delivery of legal services and how you should go about figuring out who should do what in your law firm and what lawyer entrepreneurs should and shouldn’t spend their time on.


If you would like to learn more about How To Manage A Small Law Firm and how RJon Robins can help you turn your law firm into a more profitable law firm that is FUN to run, click here if you'd like to learn more.

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