How to Maximize Scalability as a New Law Firm

Ensure your firm is built to last

Tuesday, June 18, 2024 at 10 a.m. PT | 1 p.m. ET

Learn how to achieve sustainable growth and success at your new firm—without succumbing to burnout.

Looking to scale your own firm? As you embark on this exciting journey, it’s normal to struggle with balancing different tasks, handling busy schedules, and working within time limits.

To successfully establish and scale your practice, you need systems and processes that empower you to work smarter, not harder.

On June 18th, join us for a three-part special-edition webinar, where we’ll unlock the secrets to setting up your firm for long-term success. Gain valuable insights on streamlining internal processes, creating a compelling brand that attracts clients, and building a robust infrastructure with the right technology.

Audience: Intended for newer law firms looking to scale their operations and prepare for long term success

Can’t make the date? Sign up anyway—we’ll send a recording to everyone who registers!

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Part 1 – Master internal processes [60 minutes] [CLE-eligible]

Discover how to harness tools and implement internal systems that drive success and set your firm up for the long term.

Arique Dross III

Arique is the Founder of The Dross Law Firm, based out of New York, which focuses on child welfare. As a former foster child, foster parent, ACS prosecutor, assistant district attorney, and current parent, Arique offers clients raw experience, insightful representation, and strategic solutions. Since staring in January 2022, the firm has spent nearly 3,500 hours in and out of the courtroom helping approximately 150 clients and doubled the firm size from 1 to 2 attorneys. His firm is also a recipient the 2023 Reisman Award for Best New Law.

Part 2 – Build a brand that clients can trust [30 minutes]

Uncover expert strategies for creating a compelling brand, attracting clients, and generating new opportunities.

Steve Vondran


Steve Vondran has been practicing law since 2004 and focuses on on civil litigation relating to intellectual property and internet disputes. He started his law firm, Vondran Legal®, and focused on real estate law during the financial meltdown. He later switched gears into his true love–intellectual property law–and built his firm, from scratch, using social media to build his practice. Through social media, including his popular YouTube channel, he generates approximately 10-20 new leads per day.

Part 3 [30 minute] Enhance efficiency and growth potential with Clio

See how Clio’s features can optimize operations and set your firm up for success.

Amy Willms

Account executive, Clio

Amy Willms is an Account Executive at Clio, working with legal professionals from small and mid-size firms to drive customer-centric solutions. With a strong background in onboarding and consulting she is dedicated to enhancing the user experience while optimizing legal workflows.

* CLE and CPD Information
Clio has partnered with the ABA to seek eligibility for CLE and CPD credits to lawyers with licenses to practice in the United States and Canada who join the live session of this webinar.
States typically decide whether a program qualifies for MCLE credit in their jurisdiction 4-8 weeks after the program application is submitted. For many live events, credit approval is not received prior to the program.
To Receive CLE or CPD Credit: If you have met the participation requirements, you will receive a personalized CLE/CPD affidavit from [email protected] for the webinar you attended to completion. Please check your spam or junk folders as these emails often end up there. Please note you have to fill out an affidavit for each individual webinar. Once you complete the affidavit, you will be able to download your certificate(s) of attendance and they will be emailed to you as well from [email protected].
To qualify for credit, you must:
– Register for the webinar (and log in live on the day/time of the session) under your own personal credentials, as we will need this to verify your proof of attendance. *Note: You should not use someone else’s registration or credentials to log in and must ensure that your name and email are registered correctly.
– Attend the entire session live.
– Participate in the polls during the live session.