Today We Turn 5! How Does This Benefit You?

When a business turns five years old, it’s like turning 35 in dog years!  It’s also cause for celebration. We all know the dismal failure rate of new businesses. I knew them, too, before I officially activated the Solo Practice University® site five years ago today. I was so anxious I could barely breathe. But […]

How Do You Work With Reporters? With A Little Common Sense and Methodology.

We’ve all been told it is good practice to have a relationship with reporters (and they are increasingly being pushed to scour the universe for content). Therefore, it’s key to your marketing and credibility-building activities to develop these relationships but it’s not always easy.  As much as reporters may want what you have to offer […]

The Case of The Client Who Knew Too Much

This guest post was written by Jay Reeves for Lawyers Mutual Liability Insurance Company of North Carolina. A little knowledge can be a dangerous thing. Especially when dealing with clients. Make no mistake – it is a pleasure to work with intelligent people. It makes our job easier when we represent clients who do their […]

Faculty Announcement – Greg Yaghmai

Greg Yaghmai is an attorney with significant experience in all aspects of litigation. He will teach “Using Constitutional Criminal Law in Your Practice Every Day” at Solo Practice University®. Greg graduated with honors from The Citadel where he received his bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. In 1997, he received his law degree from Cumberland School […]