Janet Ellen Raasch

Janet Ellen Raasch

Janet Ellen Raasch is an experienced writer and ghostwriter who works closely with professional services providers – especially lawyers, law firms and consultants to the legal industry. She helps these professionals enhance their online reputations and achieve new business through publication of keyword-rich content for the Internet as well as copy for traditional print media. Continue Reading

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Take (back) your time: Quieting calendar and meeting “noise”

Posted in Ghostwriter, Law firm success, Legal
In order to be focused and productive, most lawyers and other legal professionals need to take back their time — setting aside a certain amount of quiet time within their "noisy" electronic, interpersonal and physical environments.  The following serialized article is a synopsis of a presentation by Paul Burton, developer of Continue Reading

Take (back) your time! How legal pros can control “noise” and be more productive in the workplace

Posted in Ghostwriter, Law firm success, Legal
In order to be focused and productive, most lawyers and other legal professionals need to take back their time — setting aside a certain amount of quiet time within their "noisy" electronic, interpersonal and physical environments.  The following serialized article is a synopsis of a presentation by Paul Burton, developer of Continue Reading

Hildebrandt interprets impact of economic crisis on legal industry

Posted in Financial, Profession
The recent economic crisis has had a significant impact on everyone — including most law firms.  The following article summarizes a presentation made Nov. 10 by Kristin Stark of Hildebrandt International to the Rocky Mountain Chapter of the Legal Marketing Association.  In this presentation, Stark presents and interprets  third-quarter 2009 Hildebrant Peer Continue Reading

Making partner or not: Is it in, up or over in the 21st Century?

Posted in Partnership track
Up until about 20 years ago, the Cravath-model partnership track reigned supreme at most law firms  Today, mainly because of increased competition, the tide has shifted away from longevity and other historical factors involved in partnership.  In this June 2007 article, which appeared as the cover story in the ABA Law Practice magazine, Janet Continue Reading

Putting relaxation back into firm retreats: Loosening up the lawyer mind

Posted in Retreats
Progressive law firms are making their annual retreats more engaging and productive through creative use of relaxation — to foster collaboration, strategic thinking and problem-sovling skills.  In this January 2006 article, which appeared in the ABA Law Practice magazine, Janet Ellen Raasch interviews a wide range of law firms experts on their Continue Reading