A colleague once told me that when it came to growing my practice, I could either spend money or I could spend time. What he failed to mention, however, was that sometimes spending time could cost more than spending money. This was a lesson that I would have to learn on my own as my [...]
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“Think like a lawyer.” This phrase is pounded into our heads during three years of legal education like no other. In fact, so much emphasis is based on acquiring this skill set, that we spend the first few months of law school seemingly learning a new language. When we observe classmates suffer through formulating their [...]
Aug 16, 2011 in Guest Bloggers
One of the highlights of being a solo is the ability to choose your niche. Picking an area of law that you can actually enjoy instead of one that you simply tolerate is a huge bonus for me. After all, I like what I do and I want it to stay that way. For lawyers [...]
Jul 12, 2011 in Guest Bloggers
I’m very excited to introduce Solo Practice University’s newest columnist, Lurie Daniel Favors. Lurie just celebrated her second anniversary as a solo. She is truly exceptional on many levels as you will discover. Her column is going to be geared toward building a ‘community-based’ practice – a practice driven by the needs of a select [...]