About Nermin Jasani, Esq.

Wall Street Lawyer turned Law Firm Consultant

I can’t make you look 18 again, but I can fix your law firm.


1.My idea of a balanced diet is a chocolate bar in each hand, (makes me extra sweet to my clients)

2.I work out 6 days a week (because everyone needs a rest day)

3.I meditate 2x each day (I work with lawyers like you, so yes, I need to)

4.Summer Fridays, but year-round

5.Surfing, on the board, and when I fall off


1.True Crime podcasts (I get nightmares about them)

2.Stuffy people who can’t laugh at themselves

3.Pumpkin spice, anything (I realize you may now be re-thinking hiring me)

4.90+ degree weather (and yes, I live in Atlanta and will continue to live here)

5.Sitting at my desk and crying (or knowing my clients are sitting at their desk and crying)

An ”About” page is supposed to be about me but…

I think you’re really here because you want to know if I can help YOU, and YOUR law firm. I can. I promise. If I can’t, I won’t jerk you around. I’ll be up front and refer you to someone who can. 

That’s my guarantee to you. Yep, a lawyer making a guarantee. Hell has frozen 

Ethics Statement

*No babies were harmed in the making of this website*

I am a consultant for women-owned law firms. I do this because I have worked with several consultants and coaches who can never deliver results and give consultants like me a bad rap. I believe that ethics in the consulting industry for lawyers has eroded over the years.

I am a consultant now because being a lawyer and law firm owner is something I struggled with. I kept following gimmicky advice from pretend gurus, instead of trusting my gut. I believe that respect is something that cannot be bought or sold, so I’m careful about who I affiliate with.

If you join my newsletter, please know that I will not:

  • Use testimonials to convince you to work with me.
  • Hire someone else to write this newsletter.
  • Take your email and share with another service provider.
  • Share advice that I don’t follow myself.

Disclosure on my revenue sources:

  • I am a consultant who works with doctors and lawyers. I charge a fee for my services and this provides a majority of my revenue.
  • I sell books about being a Type A personality, law firm growth, law firm technology, and there will be more to come in the future.
  • I don’t offer anything for free: this includes guides, one-pagers, check-lists, etc. The reason is because you have no skin in the game. I do offer a podcast and youtube channel with free advice because there is horrible amounts of bad advice out there and it’s time for foundational advice.

My ethics concerns and what I have done about them:

  • In 2018-2022 I had a course for law firm owners that I was selling. After creating the course and selling it, I learned about the stats from the world of online courses. There’s a 15% completion rate. This means that people who are creating courses KNOW that it doesn’t work. My course had a 85% completion rate but it didn’t feel right selling it without providing additional support to attorneys. I may create a course again, but only if I am able to provide the support required for completion.
  • In 2021-2022 I tried to run a few group programs for lawyers, and I felt like it was an unsuccessful mission. I couldn’t provide the 1:1 support I was used to and it felt like I was short-changing attorneys. I stopped until I could figure out a better way to provide results that I could be proud of.
  • In 2021, I made the shift to work with only women owned and minority owned law firms and lawyers. This is a personal choice and one that I stand by.
  • In 2022, I was part of a national networking group and had other people join. Toward the end of 2022, I left this networking group because of concerns I had. I will not be joining another networking group.
  • In 2023, I introduced sliding scale payment options for lawyers who earn less than $200,000 in revenue from their law firms. I disclose that on my website and believe in transparent pricing for my services.
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