One of the things that separate a solo from large, mid, or even small firms is the ability to control every aspect of the client experience…creating relationships that thrive, producing business that keeps flowing, and winning client loyalty…
Practicing solo while working a standard job is a huge mistake that robs you of the ability to practice law in a committed way. You DO have to choose – you cannot both work a standard job and practice law. Telling me otherwise is a big fat lie!
Practicing solo while working a standard job is the ideal way to develop new skills, reduce the risk of solo practice, bring in good money, and find other opportunities. You do not have to choose – you can work and practice. It is that simple.
From “The Non Trad Law Grad” column. Since I am a brand new lawyer, I keep saying the “season has just started.” However, in many ways, the season started when I was in law school – the clock started ticking from the first day of orientation. This is the time you start acquiring the skills […]
Meet new SPU Columnist, Jeff Rutledge. I’ve ‘known’ Jeff for almost four years via the internet, communicating back and forth, and he was one of the first to grab one of the more than 100 lifetime scholarships we gave away at SPU prior to opening back in 2009. I’ve watched his journey as a Non […]