How do you write a business plan for a law firm
[00:00:00] How do you write a business plan for a law firm?
So I'm assuming this is someone that is looking for our position as an attorney and the law firm is asked you to.
Write a business plan. And so what a business plan is for law firms. When they hire lateral attorneys that are more senior, are always looking for the attorney to have plans in terms of their ability to be self-supporting and to bring in their own business. So for them to get that information, they typically want a business plan.
And so a business plan, we'll talk about different types of contacts you may have in the legal community. Things that you've done in the past that are going to, potentially enable you to bring in business clients and other contacts you have, that you could bring over to your new position and that sort of thing.
And so if you're able to. Write a good business plan. Then many times the law firm will take a leap of faith and hire you based on the business plan. Even if you don't have a large book of business. Other times, even if you have a large book of business, they'll still expect a [00:01:00] business plan because they'll want you to be able to bring in more work in the past.
So there's a bunch of information about business plans and BCG search and can look at those in that case.