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Crushing Chaos in Law Firms: Systems = Stress Reduction [Webinar]

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Get the keys you need for your law practice to thrive without draining your energy from Allison C. Williams, Esq in this 28-minute installment of Webinars for Busy Lawyers.


Have you ever looked at your law firm as the never-ending pit of problems, confusion, chaos or last minute activity? Are you ready to grow but fearful that even one more client will be what stretches your resilience too thin? Then this webinar is for you.

By crushing the chaos that comes from a lack of finely-tuned systems in a law firm, Allison Williams, Esq., created a successful family law practice — scaling it into a multiple seven figure enterprise in only 3 years.

In this webinar, Allison shares the value of systematizing your law business and the keys to enabling the business to function and thrive without the owner’s intense involvement.



Get Allison’s worksheet for creating systems to make your law firm run smoothly hereShe also offers a free webinar on Virtual Practice here. For more on virtual law practice, find Mass LOMAP resources here on how to build one, ethical considerations, and more.


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About the Expert

Allison C. Williams, Esq for Webinars for Busy LawyersEver since Allison C. Williams, Esq., played the Prosecutor in her high school history class assignment, Allison felt it was her calling to become an attorney. Graduating Cum Laude and in the top thirty percent of her class, Allison earned her law degree from Syracuse University College of Law in 2003.

As the founder and owner of Williams Law Group, LLC, Allison’s practice focuses exclusively on matrimonial law and family law. Allison’s practice has an emphasis on complex Child Welfare matters, including representation in DYFS/DCPP matters, representation of resource family parents and consultation to matrimonial counsel regarding DCPP investigations and issues. Additionally, Allison covers areas from divorce, child custody and support to domestic violence and grandparent visitation.

Allison C. Williams, through Law Firm Mentor, helps solo and small law firm owners bring sanity and grow revenues by providing management, marketing, and strategic planning advice, to transition from law practice to law business.

Allison’s favorite part about being a family law attorney is problem solving with families through the legal process. Listening and caring every day, Allison serves as the voice for her clients, crafting innovative approaches to problems and helping them navigate the often confusing and jagged path of the family court system. As the chief legal strategist of Williams Law Group, each and every client has Allison’s eyes and ears, as she works with the firm’s talented team of attorneys and paralegals to find new solutions for the families the firm serves.

Allison is a member of the New Jersey State Bar Association (NJSBA) where she is part of the Child Welfare Section and has served on the Family Law Executive Committee. Allison is a Fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML), an elite national organization, which promotes professionalism and excellence in the practice of family law, and whose Fellows gain admittance by taking a rigorous national exam, demonstrate substantial experience in complex family law matters, are recognized by the bench and bar as a leading practitioner, and has demonstrated substantial involvement in the matrimonial field through standards that advance the cause of matrimonial law. She is certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Matrimonial Law Attorney, where she serves as a member of the New Jersey Board on Attorney Certification Matrimonial Committee, determining candidate eligibility certification for recognition as a practitioner in matrimonial law.

CATEGORIES: Law Firm Management | Planning | Productivity | Webinars for Busy Lawyers

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