May 31, 2022
Mathew Kerbis is the Founding
Attorney of Subscription Attorney.com. He is also the host of the
“Law Subscribed” podcast. Most law firms don’t work on a
subscription based model but after working with a few firms, Mathew
saw the light and realized that you can make a law practice work
based on tiers and subscriptions. Mathew joins host Molly McGrath
to talk about how to make a subscription model work in your law
- Lawyers are considered too expensive for the
general public. This comes from the debt from going to law school
and when they get out, they charge a large rate to make the most
money to pay off the loans.
- A subscription model allows you to scale your
business in a better and more efficient way rather than any other
model. It allows you to take on more clients with less
- Fostering relationships is a great way to build
your business and clients as well. You want to get involved in the
community and it’s easier than ever with all the apps
- Be nice to everybody and be somebody that
people can rely on. Then when people are going to need your
services they will be more likely to pay for them.
- You have to be thinking about what your clients
are getting out of paying a monthly amount for legal
- Anytime you talk with a client, you want to get
what they have to say in writing so that you can always go back to
it during calls and make it unique to them.
- To make subscription model work perfectly you
have to accept payment through debit and credit cards.
Quote of the
6:00 “Lawyers are just too
expensive for the general public. And so what could we do about it?
The subscription model is a business model that you can scale your
clients and your business, unlike any other model.”
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