Tukwila, Washington, United States – 12-27-2022 (PR Distribution™) –
As stated on many law firm websites, starting your law firm is no easy task, but you don’t have to do it alone! Alexandra Lozano Immigration Law has published several books to help aspiring lawyers start their own practice.
Each book focuses on different stages of the process, from firms just getting started to experienced firms struggling to stay afloat.
With a little help, you can manage your practice successfully. Take a look at what advice Alexandra Lozano (she also goes by Abogada Alexandra, meaning “Lawyer Alexandra”) offers!
“Be the CEO of Your Law Firm: Gain Control, Turn a Profit, and Reclaim Your Life”
Published in 2018, Alexandra Lozano addresses the dangers of being overwhelmed in your practice. She discusses how it’s not about casework alone; there’s a strong need for distinguished business skills to keep the practice afloat.
Each chapter details another step in the process, building a powerful foundation for every aspiring law firm in need of structure. Don’t wait to start reading now and see the results for yourself!
“Ignite Your Practice with the T Visa: Guide for Immigration Lawyers”
Published in 2018, in partnership with Helen Tarokic, Abogada Alexandra’s book details the benefits a T Visa can have on your clients during the immigration process. She aims to break the illusory myth of T Visas being strictly for sex trafficking victims since many situations qualify as human trafficking.
Not every victim understands they’ve been trafficked, but it’s your responsibility to help them in the best way possible: by securing a T Visa. Inside this book is a template argument for you to customize, a questionnaire for declaration guidance, and numerous other resources to help secure your client’s future.
“Six Figure Solo: Transform Your Practice from Surviving to Thriving”
Published in 2020, Alexandra Lozano does it again by showing that surviving is not the goal; a thriving business practice is!
Alexandra Lozano outlines how nurturing a client/lawyer relationship builds a foundation for solving communication-related issues. Early chapters in the book set the stage for protecting your brand and building a following on social media that will help bring in cases and clients you can serve.
Additionally, Abogada Alexandra notes that with a thriving business, there’s more opportunity for a work/life balance that suits your needs. You can read about it to better understand how to make your law firm thrive.
Alexandra Lozano Immigration Law has provided several resources for aspiring lawyers to use to further their practices, taking them from small businesses to thriving ones. With a responsibility to the community, you should take advantage of this opportunity to learn all you can to help benefit each client as a lawyer.
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