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by William L. Pfeifer, Jr. on August 14, 2010

in, Law Practice Management

Many of my clients know that in addition to my law practice, I am also a freelance legal writer. I’ve recently been given the opportunity to combine those two skills into one task – writing a website for lawyers for is owned by the New York Times Company, and I’m looking forward to building this site for them.

While this is a big project, I will still be maintaining a full-time law practice. Practicing law is still my “day job.” Over the years, I’ve learned how to manage my time so that I can do my regular job as well as indulge my love of writing. So now, in addition to writing appellate briefs, I’ll be writing about law practice management issues too.

The new website is located at, and is written primarily for attorneys seeking information on how to improve and develop their law practices. Topics covered will include law practice management, law firm marketing, law office technology, and other issues that come up in the operation of a law office. While the site is written primarily for lawyers, the content is available for reading by anyone with an interest in the issues attorneys face in their law practices.

The site is new, so I am still in the process of developing content for all of the categories. Over the next few weeks a substantial amount of new material will be going live on the site. The new law site also includes a blog where I’ll be posting some comments, while also maintaining the other blogs and websites I write for as well.

Some of the recent articles I’ve added to the Law website include:

There are a lot of other articles on the site to read as well, and many more are on the way. Take a few minutes to visit the site, and let me know of any suggestions you have for it.


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