June 2017 Archives

Pro Bono Work Nourishes the Soul

As long as the practice of law has been around, attorneys have been helping others. Legal services are valuable in our culture, but that value oftentimes makes them inaccessible to the underprivileged or to the organizations that may need them the most. The American Bar Association states that lawyers should aspire to render, without fee, at least 50 hours of pro bono legal services per year, with an emphasis that these services be provided to people of limited means or nonprofit organizations that serve the poor.

A Savvy Approach to Finding Quality Leads

For Hunt & Tuegel, PLLC out of Central Texas, free legal consultations were becoming an issue. While they were offering advice and sitting down face-to-face with prospects, they weren't seeing a return with regards to high quality clients. To remedy this issue, they decided to use their FindLaw website and Super Lawyers list selections to pursue the type of client they were interested in.