Kimberly Y. Bennett, Esq. shares the shifts lawyers need to make for a rewarding, sustainable law practice — in 29 minutes — in this installment of Webinars for Busy Lawyers.
It’s time to break the law. Old law is a thing of the past. Clients are fed-up and over it. Legal Technology is taking market share. And you’re tired of the status quo, too.
Yet, you haven’t changed. Stagnation is suffocating you, your clients, and your practice of law. You don’t know where to start to align the services you offer with new potential.
This webinar discusses the five shifts legal professionals need to make now to break the mold, ditch the stress, and build profitable law practices no longer tied to the billable hour.
Click here to get ‘The Modern Legal Toolkit’ — a FREE resource created by Kimberly Y. Bennett, Esq. to help you grow a modern, profitable law firm.
About the Expert
Kimberly Y. Bennett is the Founder of K Bennett Law LLC and The Modern Legal Collective. Kimberly is an avid traveler, lover of technology, legal industry disruptor, speaker, and an attorney who runs K Bennett Law LLC, a boutique, virtual trademark and business strategy law practice offering subscription legal services. Her practice focuses on helping industry disruptors and social impact entrepreneurs protect their brands and grow profitable and sustainable businesses. She has integrated the latest technologies into her practice with a focus on designing legal services that provide fast, flexible and frictionless solutions for her clients.
In addition to her law firm, Kim is passionate about moving the legal industry forward and coaching lawyers. She is the founder of The Modern Legal Collective, a community of female lawyers building disruptive law practices. You can find Kim hosting her monthly live show, The Modern Legal Collective, Live! and teaching workshops and leading presentations on adding alternative revenue streams, creating products from your knowledge, implementing subscription revenue models, and navigating legal ethics for modern law firms.
Kim received her Juris Doctor degree from Villanova University School of Law in Villanova, Pennsylvania and her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology with a minor in Spanish and pre-medicine concentration from Spelman College in Atlanta, Georgia. Kim currently runs her virtual law practice from Atlanta, GA. You can follow Kim (@kbennettlaw) across social media, and email her at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.