Solo Practice University’s Bridges Program is just a little over two years old with several schools already participating and more preparing to provide this great opportunity to their students. And the stories of students reaping the rewards from their Bridges scholarships to Solo Practice University are starting to be told. Here is the story of a Bridges SPU Scholarship recipient from University of Arkansas […]
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The Gen Why Lawyer
Why Going Solo as a Young Attorney Could Be the Best Decision Ever with Susan Cartier Liebel from Solo Practice University®.
Staying Motivated While Starting A Solo Law Practice
On this episode of New Solo from the Legal Talk Network, Adriana Linares interviews Susan Cartier Liebel from Solo Practice University® about how to stay motivated throughout the process of starting a solo law practice.
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Motivation in life is very important. I share seminal moments which have shaped me as a human being and helped me become who I am today.
Learning To Build And Run A Solo Practice
On this podcast from Lawpreneur Radio, Miranda McCroskey interviews Susan Cartier Liebel from Solo Practice University® about perceptions of fear, failure and other issues facing solos.
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