EXTENDED: Law Firm Business School is open for a limited time
You love the work that you do. That’s why you started a law firm in the first place. But you are likely acting like an associate attorney in your law firm-- you want to do the work, collect a paycheck, and go home.
But I have news for you, if you are a solo practitioner or small firm owner, that’s not going to cut it. The legal work isn’t your only job…. You have to also be the CEO of your legal business. Which means that you have to do a lot differently.
You have to learn how to do marketing, manage your finances, manage staff, and more.
It can feel overwhelming and you may not know where to start.
Don’t worry, I will make you the CEO of your law firm.
And will start right now.
I’ve done the hard work trying to figure out how to run a successful solo or small practice, and I am telling you all of the secrets. I want you to start running your law firm like a business right now.
All it takes is small steps to have huge successes. You can be earning 6-figures within 3 months of taking Law Firm Business School. I know, because I did it myself.
And if you sign up now, you get these amazing BONUSES:
In the Law Firm Business School, I'll share life-changing strategies, tips, and advice on these topics:
Join me here and I'll guide you every step of the way and you see life-changing improvement almost immediately.
It’s time for you to change your practice and your life. It’s time to make your firm work for you, not the other way around. Create the transformations you and your firm have always needed, and do it NOW.
Alexandra "Ally" Lozano is the founder of AMIGA Lawyers, the Association of Mother Immigration Attorneys, and the founding partner of Alexandra Lozano Immigration Law. After becoming a mother, and in a matter of 3 months, Ally transformed her practice from earning in pesos to earning 6-figures and she is passionate about teaching attorneys how they can do the same. Ally empowers lawyers to be the CEOs of their law firms with her weekly blog, webinars, and conferences where she teaches step-by-step how to do the work they love while running a profitable legal business. Ally lives outside of Seattle with her partner and their 5 children.