Dan's Blog PostsAttorney Dan Jaffe is the CEO of LawLytics. This is his blog.
Video Transcript: Hey there, Dan Jaffe, CEO, and founder of LawLytics. And I've got some exciting news to share with you. If you logged in today to your LawLytics account, and you notice something new, it's been a long time coming. You're going to see the content...
In this podcast, Dimitri Raziev of Kolleno talks about the problems that lawyers face when it comes to collecting from clients and how he and his team are making a painful process easier and more lucrative.
December 29, 2021 To solo or not to solo? That is the question weighing on the minds and hearts of tens of thousands of attorneys. This existential question gets amplified around the new year. And, as we begin 2022, in the midst of a seemingly interminable pandemic...
Jazz walked away from his big firm job where he was the Director of Diversity and Inclusion, and also gave up a law school professorship for the uncertainty of founding a legal tech startup along with two friends. The idea for Turnsignl came out of their desire to help solve the problem of racial targeting, police abuse and violence in law enforcement traffic stops. They soon discovered that there is a much broader application of their technology, which puts a live lawyer in the passenger seat during traffic stops.
A Conversation With Jared Vishney – CEO of Arctrieval – Medical Records Retrieval For Personal Injury Lawyers
In this episode of the LawLytics Video Podcast, I sit down with Jared Vishney to talk about a huge logistical problem that plagues personal injury law firms, slows intake and matter progression, and often times leads to expectation management issues. The problem is...
In this episode of the LawLytics Video Podcast, I sit down with Chris Mullins to talk about intake and sales for law firms. We dive into the emotional, psychological and managerial factors that can affect the performance and mental health of law firm intake...
For attorneys, the quality of leads that they get from their marketing is the most important thing, bar none.
In this episode of the LawLytics Video Podcast, I sit down with Brooke Lively to talk about the numbers that really matter for attorneys who want to escape the chaos and panic of owning and running a law firm and move to predictable revenue, expenses and profits.
Today I recorded a brief video blog post about positing your law firm in your clients minds. I hope you enjoy, and please let me know what you think.
I’m here to tell you that I have never once seen attorneys (who follow Google Webmaster Guidelines and that have the proper infrastructure to their site) suffer from a Google algorithm update. It just doesn’t happen if you’re doing the fundamentals.
Yesterday, I sat down with Attorney Dan Lear of Gravity Legal, a payment solutions provider for law firms. Our conversation mostly focused on legal payments and legal tech — past, present, and future. I really enjoyed this conversation with Dan, and I hope that you will, too.
It’s that time again where Google is rolling out updates. For LawLytics members this is a good thing, as I explain in the video.
In this video blog post, I talk about how LawLytics members used the platform to pivot quickly during COVID, and how technology that empowers small firms and solos to pivot on a dime will be even more important in the tech-accelerated, post-COVID world.
In this video blog post I share a quick and easy way that attorneys can use video, talk about what they already know and talk with clients about regularly, and create content that is more effective than any content that a marketing agency could create for them in short order.
5.24.2021 – I recorded this short video blog post about using your law firm’s website to help you deliver and enforce expectation management at scale. It’s something that will make your life as a solo practitioner or small law firm owner easier — and your clients will appreciate it, too.
I sat down for a conversation with Larry Bodine, who recently retired after a career that started in print journalism in the 1970s and wove its way through law practice, and legal journalism, including stints where he served as Editor at the ABA Journal and of Lawyers.com when it was owned by LexisNexis.
On May 21, 2021 I sat down for a conversation with Attorney Dan Johnson, Co-Founder of Jurorsearch, which is a legal technology startup taking on the massive problem of jury trials. Specifically, they are working on software that makes voir dire easier and more effective for trial lawyers, jury consultants, judges and jurors.
If you’re an attorney looking to build value that you can harvest, and assets that another attorney will be grateful to own, when it’s time to retire or otherwise move on from the daily practice of law, I hope that this video blog post helps spark ideas about how you can use your firm’s website to simultaneously create revenue for your practice today, and build transferrable equity to you or your family can harvest down the road.
Yesterday afternoon I sat down for a conversation with Emily LaRusch, CEO of Back Office Betties. Our conversation ranges from Emily’s origin story, where she tried to help her brother secure a divorce attorney and experienced the wrong (and unfortunately all-too-common) way that some small law firms answer their phones and treat potential clients. We talk about her unique branding, remote culture (which she was doing well before Covid), leadership styles, and even delve into The Secret, Think And Grow Rich, and meditation. We also talk about intake technologies including Clio Grow and Acuity.
Why do some law firms have or need multiple websites instead of just one. In this video blog post, I answer that question. For most small firms, a single website is all they will will ever need.