Faculty Announcement – Suzanne Meehle

Suzanne D. Meehle will teach a course on Representing Small Businesses at Solo Practice University®. A practicing attorney for seven years, Suzanne started out in the corporate department at a large Orlando firm in 2006, representing primarily small business owners in a variety of business transactions and intellectual property matters. In 2009, she left to […]

Solos. You’re Busy. Busy Doin’ What?

This post was written by Barbara Mencer and has been reprinted with permission. Barbara Mencer is the Founder of the Business Breakthrough Institute. Over the past 25 years, Barbara has served as a strategic director of business development and marketing in professional service companies. She has served as a consultant, coach, and trainer to non-profit […]

Guest Lecture with Tyler Coulson

I first met Tyler Coulson in April, 2013 when we both spoke at Catapult2013 in San Francisco.  He is both smart and funny but most interesting to me is here is a man who went the BigLaw route, left voluntarily after 2 1/2 years and then in March, 2011 embarked on an 8 month walk-a-thon […]

When Will Law Schools Finally Teach Marketing?

Yes, law schools are now marrying the JD with technology and engineering.  I’m even honored to be part of the Advisory board for Suffolk University School of Law’s new Institute on Law Practice Technology and Innovation.  And law schools should be teaching technology.  I’ve even gone as far as suggesting they should also be teaching […]

Learning When to Say ‘No’ To the Shiny Apples

Those shiny apples.  Didn’t Snow White take a bite and fall into a dead sleep? Recently, and for the briefest of periods, I had the experience of getting hypnotically distracted from my core mission at Solo Practice University. Usually, I’m laser-focused knowing when to say, ‘no, I’m not interested’, or ‘thank you for the opportunity but […]