Struggling to Work From Home? These Law Firms Safely Returned to Their Offices Amid a Pandemic

On March 23, 2020, Chicago personal injury attorney Tim Rhatigan of Rhatigan Law Offices, LLC found himself like many other attorneys across the state: working from home. This marked the first working day of Illinois’ “stay-at-home” order, issued by Gov. J.B. Pritzker in an effort to flatten the curve of spiking COVID-19 cases.

Michelle Lawless: Relief Through Technology. How Family Law Clients Benefit from Tech-Savvy Firms. | The 1958 LAWYER Podcast

Family law is rife with emotion. Michelle Lawless kept that in mind when she built her solo family law practice, after a 19-year tenure at a successful Chicago family law firm. Balancing kindness with

A Shared Space Is More Than Office Space. It’s Your Law Firm’s Legal Partner.

Picture this: You’re a growing solo or partner law firm operating out of a shared workspace. You have a busy day ahead with multiple client phone calls and in-person meetings. After a morning court

For This Father-Daughter Law Team, Communication and Serving the Vulnerable are Top Priorities

As Sarah LeRose studied to become a Chicago lawyer, she planned to work at the Cook County State’s Attorney’s office upon graduation. But once she started working as a law clerk at her father’s

Steve Fretzin: Sports Metaphors for Attorneys to Take Chances and Become Rainmakers | The 1958 LAWYER Podcast

Platform tennis, golf, ironman competitions, fishing; no sport is safe in this conversation about marketing and building a book of business as a lawyer.

How Shared Office Space for Attorneys Benefits Solo Practice Law Firms

Working from home, or thinking about renting out an office? What if there was a third option? Read three ways a shared office space helps solo practice law firms get the job done.

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