We provide consulting and coaching services for law firms and individual attorneys. We can help you with strategic planning, practice group management, conflict resolution, organization, time management and improving the overall efficiency of your practice. Sarah teaches the Law Practice Management class at the Missouri School of Law, and regularly presents programs on Law Practice Management for The Missouri Bar.

In addition to working with attorneys who are looking to take their practice to the next level, Sarah has assisted many attorneys who are in the disciplinary process work through a diversionary program or complete probation.

Facilitation and Strategic Planning

If your firm needs assistance with strategic planning, we will work with your office to identify the strengths and weaknesses of your firm, evaluate industry trends, set goals, and identify steps that will help maintain and grow your practice.


Invididual attorneys work with Sarah to improve their time management, organizational, project management, and communication skills. Sarah has also helped attorneys to assess their career goals and make positive changes.

Practice and Conflict Management

Good communication between partners and associates boosts productivity and helps retain valuable employees. We can help your partners build better project management and communication skills. If your office experiences conflict regularly, we can help you find efficient and effective ways to work through that conflict. We can mediate when disputes between partners or others threaten to disrupt your business.

Law Practice Management Links

These links to law practice management resources may answer many questions for you!


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