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Quickbooks Online vs. Quickbooks Desktop for Law Firms

A topic that has recently picked up steam for us here at Practice Alchemy is the decision of which version of Intuit’s QuickBooks product to implement for your accounting

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How Introverted Lawyers Can Build Strong Client Relationships

You may think that strong relationships, and things like business development skills, have to do with social interactions with clients and referral partners.

You’re probably

Raj Jha

2 mins

Who’s Really Controlling Your Law Practice?

Who’s in charge of your practice?

As a small business owner and solo practitioner, your immediate thought is probably, “I’m in charge, of course!”

For a lot of attorneys,

Raj Jha

3 mins

Lawyers: Guess What Your Clients Actually Think of You.

Do you find monthly invoicing cringeworthy? Wondering if as soon as they get the bill, your clients will be ticked off ... maybe even dispute it?

Very few lawyers have 100

Raj Jha

1 mins

What Your Clients Really Think of You (Uh-Oh)

The experience you think you’re delivering doesn’t remotely resemble what the client is actually experiencing.

That’s because you have your lawyer hat on.

You run down the list

Raj Jha

3 mins

Client Management: Why Consistency Is Essential

People have a love-hate relationship with consistency. In all aspects of our lives, we crave consistency, and we hate it when we don’t have consistently good results.

But we

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2 mins

How to Send Good Clients Out The Door. Or Not.

There are certain types of clients that every attorney is on the lookout for.

Loyal clients. Sophisticated clients. Clients who know what they want. Clients who are experts in

Raj Jha

3 mins

Are Your Clients a Pain in the Rear? Guess What… It’s Your Fault.

Attorneys come up to me all the time and say, “I wish I could be picky with my clients like you are. I can’t wait until I get to that point.”

My response is always the same…

Raj Jha

2 mins