Spring Into Solo Practice! First Month’s Tuition – $127

Spring is a time of rebirth, renewal, hope and overall excitement about the possibilities that lie ahead. And we’re all about the possibilities for finally being your own boss. We’re celebrating ‘Spring into Solo Practice’ with $127 monthly tuition now through May 2, 2016. Yes, you read that right.

Our birthday celebration last month was so successful we’d like to pave the way for even more lawyers who want build their solo/small firm practices. Now through May 2, 2016, we will be reducing our first month’s tuition to $127, Isn’t it time you enrolled?

Flying Solo While Keeping Grounded

Law schools keep churning out graduates in ever-increasing numbers into a market that has been shrinking, due, in part to the economic downturn. The legal profession has been hit hard. In recent years, many prestigious law firms, with staffs running into the many hundreds, have pared their ranks, not only of staff but, as well associates, even partners. And there have been quite-a-few firm mergers, and other firms have simply closed-up shop.

In many instances, newly-minted associates are often doing the work of paralegals, and the paralegals, in turn are increasingly handling duties generally assigned to secretaries or administrative assistants. The downturn has especially hit hard attorneys who hung out their shingles. What do we need to know in order to move forward?

Writing Killer Contracts (For Yourself and Your Clients) – Faculty Announcement – Melody Kramer

Melody A. Kramer is a veteran trial lawyer and activist for positive change in the legal profession (making lawyers useful again). She has handled business litigation in state and federal courts in California and other jurisdictions for over 20 years, as well as negotiating and drafting business contracts collectively worth over $20M. She will be teaching a course on “Writing Killer Contracts (for yourself and for your clients).”

Want to Stay Productive? Take Time Off.

Life is crazy and hectic for the solo practitioner and I’ve talked to many who feel they simply can’t leave their solo practice for any length of time because they wouldn’t really be able to relax or the business would fall apart without them. But if you must know the truth, not taking time away from work, meaningful, restorative time, is actually hurting your practice and your health in insidious ways. And this is supported through studies linked to below. Without taking a respite, our work becomes ineffective.

3 Easy Steps that Help You Trust Your Instincts

Say yes to opportunities that come your way, whether or not they meet your vision. They may be necessary steps that you need to explore. Get out there, find your balance and do things that are on and off your path toward future opportunities. Once you get clarity about what you don’t want to do, greater clarity about what you do want to do crystalizes. Oh, there’s so much more, though.

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