Escape the guesswork and start growing your boutique law firm today

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In this three-part masterclass “Your secret to a successful boutique law firm: an easy design thinking framework for happy clients and growing your business” you will learn:

  • Clarity on where to focus your business development efforts for fast growth.
  • Confidence to move forward with doable action steps to lead your customer experience and run your business like a pro.
  • Out of overwhelming and get into the flow. You will learn the exact process to build your customer experience and get more business.
  • Get excited about your business again.

Ready to end the guesswork and grow your law firm today?

This proven four steps legal design thinking solution will win you more clients.

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Hi. I am Hannele, founder of the Lawyers Design School.

I left big law over ten years ago and opened a boutique law firm. I had big visions for my business but got lost in reaction and guesswork. Other lawyers gave me lots of advice that did not work. I tried lots of new things and made mistakes but in the end, found the best way to get incredible results. 

Nowadays I teach lawyers what I learned: how to design a thriving boutique law firm with step-by-step strategies and simple tools you can use start to use immediately. I will be your biggest cheerleader and coach for you to reach your goals.

Ready to take control? 

Lawyers Design School is based in Helsinki, Finland but offers all the courses online worldwide.

We teach lawyers and legal teams better ways to provide legal services through legal design. Using empathy, we provide assistance and solutions customers can understand. Gone are the days of intimidating legal offices, complex legal letters, and a one size fits all approach to law.

Your customers are demanding this. Are you ready?

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