While there is no sure fire way to avoid deadbeat clients or prevent client’s from stiffing you on your bills, there are ways to reduce the likelihood of this happening.
The decision to go out on your own is a personal and important one. Too often, lawyers and recent law grads forget that it should be a strategic one, for the decision to practice for oneself will help define your legal career. Read more….
So, you’re a solo and your practice is growing. But, not so much that you can afford to hire a full fledged associate to help with the work overload. You don’t want to turn down work, because you need the revenue, but you don’t want to take on more work than you can handle by […]
(We’re excited to introduce our newest columnist, Haley Austin, a real Second Career Ninja who will share her experiences starting law school a little later in life, the challenges and the differences when you go solo after already having a foot in the working world…or in her case, both feet stomping!) The decision to go […]