Athletes and executives rely on coaches. So do successful lawyers.
You went to law school for one reason – you want to practice law. You were probably shocked to discover that the successful practice of law includes a number of skills that were not taught in law school:
Business development – How to get and keep new clients;
Practice management – How to run your practice efficiently; and
Career development – How to make the right choices at transition points in your career.
Hundreds of individual attorneys across the country have turned to lawyer coach Roy Ginsburg for expert support in these areas. In addition, many law firms and corporate legal departments rely on him for coaching expertise.
Attorney coach Roy Ginsburg works one-on-one with his lawyer clients to help them achieve practice goals and career satisfaction. Like the people he coaches, Roy is a lawyer. He has practiced for more than 30 years – in law firms large to small and as in-house counsel.
As a currently active solo with a part-time practice in legal marketing ethics (with Thomson Reuters as a client), Roy is completely familiar with the challenges working lawyers face every day.
Roy is also a skilled, accredited and popular CLE speaker who regularly presents programs nationwide -- on business development, client service and career management -- to bar association and law firm audiences.
Roy Ginsburg coaches lawyers in all the skills you need to succeed.