Advice For Attorneys During Uncertain Times
During these unprecedented times we are experiencing, there are a number of measures you can take to help your practice and reassure your clients. Here are a few tips to consider as you navigate the current challenges we are all facing.
Now that things have begun to open back up your clients may not know if you are working from home or the office. Let them know. Reach out and let them know how to contact you and remind them that you are continuing to provide the legal representation they hired you for. They will find it reassuring to know that you are working their case and available to answer questions.
Take Advantage of Technology
It may be a while until you and your clients are comfortable meeting in person, but luckily there are now plenty of excellent, easy to use, and affordable video conferencing options. Let your clients know that you are just a click or two away from a virtual face to face meeting using their computer, tablet or smart phone. There are also options to use online, cloud-based applications for virtual intake and document uploads so that everything can happen remotely.
Keep Your Staff Connected
You can also use technology to help make sure your staff doesn’t miss a beat while working remotely. Keep in touch by scheduling daily team meetings through video calls, and remain aligned with your team using apps like Slack, Microsoft Teams, or Google Hangouts to communicate via chat. Along with staying informed and assisting effectively, these steps will help your staff remain engaged and stay positive.
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