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Ferris Consulting > Creating a Message that Helps You Attract Clients to Your Collaborative Practice

October 5, 2013


From Elizabeth Ferris: One of the most important strategies to grow your Collaborative Practice is to master how you communicate the value of your services to potential clients. Creating a core message is the foundation for all marketing and communication activities and is essential to growing your Collaborative Practice. Advertisements

Wisconsin Lawyer > Collaborative Divorce & Malpractice

August 28, 2013


From Diane S. Diel, Steven A. Bach, Susan A. Hansen, and Carlton D. Stansbury: Divorce negotiations often are conducted by attorneys locked in the traditional litigation model who are unable to relinquish their litigator’s bag of tricks acquired in years of practicing in the adversary system. The analogous process is more like the high/low bickering […]

Ferris Consulting > Strategies for Accelerating Your Collaborative Law and Mediation Practice

August 24, 2013


From Elizabeth Ferris: The following are 3 strategies you can implement today to accelerate your Mediation and Collaborative law practice in a slow economic time: 1. Develop a road map for business development strategies. Imagine going on an important business trip that has no margin for error, you must make every connection. You would never […]

Ferris Consulting > Tips for Talking to the Media about Collaborative Practice

August 12, 2013


From Elizabeth Ferris: You have two opportunities to attract the press. One is through initiating the story though a press release that you create or pitching a specific story concept to a reporter. The second is responding to a call from a reporter for a comment. The following tips will assist you in talking to […]

Wisconsin Law Journal > Family Law: Why Collaborative Divorce Continues to Decline in Popularity

July 29, 2013


From Gregg Herman, Esq.: With this many years of statistics now available and the above-stated maxim still applicable, a conclusion may be drawn: Collaborative divorce is a minuscule part of our family-law system, notwithstanding the number of trainings and meetings put on by the group. So, why hasn’t this seemingly helpful methodology of settlement grown […]