The Secret Sauce of Sales. It’s Not Selling.

This post was written by Denise Hedges and has been reprinted with permission. Denise Hedges is a passionate speaker and results-oriented Personal and Business Coach. Denise specializes in working with busy professional women and small business owners who want to be more successful and fulfilled in their careers, while having more time, balance, and joy […]

Faculty Announcement – Will Bachand

Will Bachand is a patent attorney in Arizona.  He will be teaching a course called Profitable Patent Practice at Solo Practice University®. View Syllabus Background:  My career began as a Carnegie-Mellon graduate designing aerospace electronics.  Then at a mid-point I completed law school and began practicing patent law for electronics, software, and telecommunications companies.  I’ve […]

Would You Be Missed?

This is a delicate question for legal rezoomers who are on a quest to begin or begin again in the legal field to ask themselves.  It is not Have We Been Missed but Would We Be Missed?  If you don’t rezoom, would those looking or waiting for your unique brand of help miss you?  Often […]

Are You Caught in The Comfort Trap?

I suspect it would come as no surprise to learn that many of the files that come our way after a malpractice claim has been reported are somewhat lacking when it comes to thorough documentation. If we had found in the file what should have been there, a number of claims might have been resolved […]

Who Will Pinch-Hit for an Injured Solo?

A lawyer client recently posed a question to me about obtaining professional liability insurance. She practiced in a larger firm, and now she wants to start her own solo practice. Solos face some unique issues in obtaining insurance and making disaster contingency plans. Some legal malpractice carriers require a solo to designate an attorney who […]