Thoughts on construction law from Christopher G. Hill, Virginia construction lawyer, LEED AP, mediator, and member of the Virginia Legal Elite in Construction Law

Should You Hire Help? Thoughts at ALPS 411

logo_alps-300x49111Wow! I’m privileged to let you know that I am on my 10th post at the great ALPS 411 practice management blog. This time I’m “musing” on the considerations that I go through during just about every week of trial regarding whether to hire staff or not. Here’s a taste:

Over the course of the 4 and a half years of my solo practice, I, like many solo practitioners (and other owners of firms I’m sure) have considered the addition of staff to help with some of the administrative, marketing (whether through face to face meetings and conferences or online through blogging and twitter), research and others of the myriad major and minor tasks that must be done to properly represent a client. This of course doesn’t even mention the actual client representation and giving the attention necessary to each client to make them feel as if theirs is your only case.

For the full post, check out ALPS 411 for the full post (linked above).

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