A t the end of last year, we held our annual staff dinner. It’s a chance to relax and unwind with each other. We spend a lot of time together, but the majority of it is in the office. It’s awesome to be able to get together for a nice meal and plenty of laughs. As we sat around the table, I couldn’t help but reflect on what an incredible staff we have here at Emery Law Office. Steve, Keri, and Holly are the definition of a dream team. To be able to work alongside such a wonderful group of people is something I’ll never take for granted. “Wow,” I thought to myself, “I’m one lucky attorney.” LOOKINGFORWARD TO A GREAT YEAR WITH THE BEST TEAM I COULD ASK FOR
was an attorney before, but running your own firm requires a lot more than just skilled legal work. You have to get your name out there, define your brand, and focus on an unending stream of tasks. Those are major accomplishments, and I’ve been lucky to have had mentors and peers lend me a hand along the way.
That said, our clients are the real reason for our success. They are the people we serve, and their opinions matter more than anyone else’s. From our
Keri has been with our firm since before day one, so I mean it when I say I don’t know where we’d be without her. Hiring the right people is a skill I’ve had to learn since
earliest days, I knew we needed to create a client advisory board to get firsthand insight on what our clients are experiencing. It was one of the best decisions we made as a practice, and we promise to never stop listening to the people who matter most to us.
opening my firm. I’ll be honest, I’ve made a few mistakes, but that is what makes me value our current team all the more. I know how hard it is to find the right people, so I realize what we have is truly special. What I learned about hiring people last year is that you need candidates who have the same values as you. I pride myself on the welcoming, personal experience I provide to my clients, and every member of our staff needs to share the desire to offer that same service. An attorney could have all the skills in
“As we sat around the table, I couldn’t help but reflect on what an
That’s why we always encourage clients to review us and give us feedback. If we have room to improve, we want to know about it. Learning from our clients is what will set us up for the best possible year in 2019.
incredible staff we have here at Emery Law Office. Steve, Keri, and Holly are the definition of a dream team.”
It’s shaping up to be a momentous year for Emery Law Office. Thankfully, I have a team in place that’s more than equipped to handle the growing practice. As we enter 2019, everyone at Emery Law Office resolves to continue to put clients first. We’re still learning a few things, but caring about our clients has been integral to our practice since we opened — and that will never change!
the world, but if they don’t make clients feel secure, they’ll never last. It’s not enough to say they care; they have to show it. If somebody isn’t as dedicated as I am to giving clients their all, I don’t want them at Emery Law Office.
The progress we’ve experienced in our hiring process is an example of the growth I’ve enjoyed as a business owner since opening up my own practice. I
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