Alternative Law Firm Pricing Models
Some attorneys have been using alternative fee arrangements for years while others have staunchly held on to the traditional billable hour model. In the face of the current pandemic, many in the billable hour camp have been forced to innovate and transform their practices to ensure they continue to attract and retain clients.
In this episode hosts Christine Bilbrey and Karla Eckardt talk with Jim Mullaney to discuss how he’s implemented alternative fee arrangements and other client-centered tools to build and grow his practice.
A. James Mullaney III is a Jacksonville mediator and attorney who has been handling family law cases exclusively for over 20 years. Mr. Mullaney is a member of The Florida Bar’s Solo & Small Firm and Family Law Sections. For more information about this episode’s guest visit https://www.jimmullaney.com/.
This podcast has been approved by The Florida Bar Continuing Legal Education Department for 1 hour of General CLE Credit and 1 hour of Ethics Credit. Course #4151.
- Alternative Pricing Models
- Alternative Fee Arrangements May Help You Attract Clients
- CLE: How Lawyers Can Easily Offer Alternative Fee Arrangements
- CLE: How to Optimize your Billing and Collections to Make your Practice More Profitable
- CLE: Conducting Depositions Online – What You Need to Know
Florida Bar Rules & Ethics
Florida Bar Member Benefits
Florida Supreme Court Family Law Resources
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