IndyBar Law Practice Management Services
There's more to being a lawyer than knowing the law. IndyBar Law Practice Management services connect to you to the resources, information and contacts that will empower you to build your practice and achieve your goals.
The IndyBar's law practice management services are powered by Practice Builder, a subscription-based service created by the Indianapolis Bar Association. Practice Builder grants you access to all law practice management services offered by the IndyBar, from checklists and whitepapers to webinars and live programming to discounts and consulting services. Practice Builder is available for as little as $19.99 per month.
Law Practice Management Consulting
Through a collaboration with Jared Correia and Red Cave Consulting, the IndyBar is proud to offer NO FEE one-on-one virtual law practice management consulting. These services will be offered to all IndyBar members at no cost for a special introductory period, with Practice Builder subscribers exclusively maintaining access to consulting services following the introductory period. Go here to get started.
Law Practice Management Webinars
Jared Correia of Red Cave Consulting presents weekly webinars for IndyBar members on a variety of law practice management topics. These webinars are offered at NO FEE for IndyBar members and Practice Builder subscribers.
January 13: Search Engine Optimization
January 20: Modernize Your Law Firm Technology Platform: An Interactive Discussion
January 27: Legal Research Strategies with Lexis Nexis
February 3: Starting a Law Firm: An Interactive Discussion
February 10: Practice Perfect: Strategies for Growing Your Firm
February 17: Same Old, Same Old: How to Promote Change in Your Law Firm
Check out archived webinars here! Webinar recordings are free of charge for Practice Builder subscribers and available at a low cost for all other viewers.
Law Practice Management Blog
Weekly blog posts share essential law practice management info. Practice Builder subscribers have access to all LPM blog posts, while IndyBar members will have access to the most recent post only.