We’ve been busy at SPU bringing on new faculty and merging the Build A Solo Practice @ SPU blog with the SPU blog. Effective October 9, all Build A Solo Practice @ SPU blog posts will be exclusively on the SPU blog. If you happen to be subscribed to both the BSP @ SPU blog and the SPU blog, should you accidentally get more than one announcement of this blog post, please unsubscribe from one. It is not our intention to duplicate but with the ‘marrying’ of both blogs there may have been some overlap.
The very first lesson, Tips to Stay out of Trouble, has been posted in I’ve Been Grieved. Now What? by Elizabeth Granoff
Gerry Oginski most recent lesson was Video Critique-What You Shouldn’t Do in Creating Online Video for Attorneys
In Freelance Lawyering 101 Kimberly Alderman shared Class 5: Legal and Ethical Concerns That Arise in the Freelance Lawyering Context . Make sure you don’t miss part two of this class, also posted in September!
Mark Merenda interviewed attorney Jan Copley about what it takes to have a successful solo practice in Marketing for Lawyers
Ed Poll had two interesting posts this past month at LawBizManagement: What Business Are You In? and Playing Both Sides
In the Entertainment Law classroom this month, Gordon Firemark says to make sure you Get Out From Behind Your Desk!
Lesson 8 of Macs in the Law Office is an iMovie Walkthrough courtesy of Victor Medina. Victor also gave us lesson 9 this month, Instapaper Overview.
Key Contract Provisions is the topic of Class 13 in Chris Hill’s Construction Practice 101 classroom.
Jennifer Laviano has Practical Tips for Opening A Special Education Law Office in Lesson 11 of Introduction to Special Education Law
In the Virtual Law Practice classroom, Stephanie Kimbro shared Resource for Unbundling Legal Services Online
We can’t get enough of new faculty at SPU! Another great new class to check out is Katherine Frye’s Child Custody: Start to finish…is there an end?? Lesson 1 discussed The Law on Child Custody.
Most Talked About Posts
You can’t consider yourself a 21st century lawyer if you’re not Understanding the Client of the Future
Narrow Your Niche to Broaden Your Client Base This is great advice from SPU columnist Debra Bruce.
Being ‘Clutch’ Because Going Solo IS Long Term Employment – serious food for thought!
Spotlight on Student Blogs
Gamers Rights Lawyer, Jay Moffitt, has From Blockbuster to Bankruptcy… A Tale of Two Entities
Mark Meyer discusses Support for Anesthesia by CRNA’s from the New York Times at the Texas Nursing Lawyer blog
The Power of Positivity & Being Opposite is a great read from Rachel Rodgers
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