What Are You Doing To Help Your Business In This Troubled Economy?

John Jantsch wrote a terrific piece a few years ago called “7 Time-Tested Ways to Dig Out From a Recession”. My position, however, is a little different. You should be doing these things ALL THE TIME. While you can read all seven ideas on John’s great site, I’m going to highlight numbers three, six and […]

SPU Classes in February, March, April …and Much More

April Showers bring May Flowers… that’s how the old saying goes. I truly believe this is a “blooming” time for solo practitioners because of all the changes in the economy.  There are jewels to be mined.   You just have to dig for the opportunities.  This past March Solo Practice University celebrated three years of helping […]

Retirement and the Solo Practice – A Gold Mine for a Young Lawyer

This post was written by Bob Minto and has been reprinted with permission. Link to original article. Robert W. Minto, Jr. has served as President and CEO and Director of ALPS Corporation since 1987. He also serves as President and CEO of Attorneys Liability Protection Society, Inc., A Risk Retention Group; Peak Investment Management Ltd; […]

Faculty Announcement – Anne-Marie Rábago

Anne-Marie Rábago is a tax attorney in San Diego. She will teach the course, “Introduction to Taxes for the Solo/Small Firm Attorney” at Solo Practice University®. Born in Ohio and raised just outside Washington, DC in Lanham, Maryland. Ms. Rabago returned to Ohio to attend Ohio University; where she graduated Cum Laude and was a […]