Instead, they’re going all out on a strategy I call the “TYPP” strategy.
Here’s the thing.
Most lawyers suck at onboarding and training their paralegal.
It’s not something you learn in law school.
Instead of gaining a trusted employee who can take some of the time-consuming work off their hands, they end up with a “slacker” that has to be watched every single hour of the day to make sure the job gets done.
And after all that effort, time, and money - the vast majority of employees walk out the door after less than a month.
Not with this group of lawyers.
Instead of waiting for their job to drive them into the ground, overwhelmed, exhausted, and no richer than the day they graduated law school…
… these lawyers have found a proven system for onboarding and training their paralegals that makes them (almost) the most valuable employee in the business.