Becoming a consultant solicitor, choosing the right consultancy law firm and how to win your first clients as a consultant solicitor.
New! Now includes how to choose the right consultancy model for you. Independent review of the range of consultancy options available for you; including whether you should skip consultancy altogether and go it alone, plus introductions to consultancy firms, one of which offers 90% fee sharing to the consultant!
The Consultant Solicitor Business Model
If you have decided it is time to move on and you are considering a consultancy business model, you need to carefully consider all of your options.
There are so many different consultant solicitor business models out there, this is not something that you want to rush in to.
My aim is to give you some insights to help you ask the right questions so that you choose the right consultancy business model for you.
I also want you to consider the option of starting your own law firm, because I promise you, it is not as hard to do this as you might think. Most of the ‘boring’ parts of running a law firm, such as compliance and bookkeeping, can be outsourced for very reasonable fees.
I share the details with you in my free consultant solicitor guide, so why not download it now?
Becoming A Consultant Solicitor
If you are thinking of becoming a consultant solicitor, there are core things for you to consider:
- The percentage fee sharing split that you will receive.
- How will you acquire new clients as a consultant solicitor?
- Should you completely write off starting your own law firm before becoming a consultant solicitor?
- When should you take the plunge?
I will guide you through all of these issues to ensure that you fully consider your options and make the right choice for you when it comes to becoming a consultant solicitor.
Who Am I?
I am Nick Jervis and for 14 years, some time ago, I was a solicitor.
In 2003 I set up a marketing consultancy to the legal profession. Over the last few years I have had more and more consultant solicitors coming to me who are all in the same position: they need more clients.
It has become such an important question that I have now put together some advice to help you grow your fee income as a consultant solicitor.
I also have access to a range of consultancy models, the most generous one allowing the consultant to keep 90% of their billings, plus many more.
To access this and many more resources for consultants, simply click the button below to download my free guide.
Already started your consultancy business?
If you have already started as a consultant solicitor, you may now be keen to acquire your first clients and a steady and consistent flow of them. The problem you can have as a consultant solicitor is a big one – you are largely invisible.
You have taken the exciting, yet scary, challenge of becoming a consultant. You start your work, you call around a few old contacts and then what? You wait for clients to come to you and some do, but not enough to excite you.
Once the initial flurry of activity takes place, you need a plan to follow which will allow you to become more visible and to attract a steady and consistent flow of new clients.
The good news is that it is totally achievable for you to bill enough to make the intelligent decision of becoming a consultant a more profitable and fun one than simply being an employed solicitor.
I show you how to attract your own clients in my consultancy guide below. Download it now.
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