Lots going on at Solo Practice University and we wanted to share! Here are some of May’s most widely read posts from BSP @ SPU and our student bloggers: What Has @LadyGaga Got To Do With Lawyers? – Guest Blogger, Daniel Perry Defining Your Ideal Client and Connecting With Them Lurie Daniel-Favors Series on Debt […]
…a June 1st announcement relating to Solo Practice University. So, I’m taking a blogging break this week. If you want to be the first to know, sign up for our RSS or get an e-mail update! See you back on June 1st for what I think is some pretty exciting news.
Tracie C. Robinson of New York City!! All faculty acknowledged the entrants in the Proud To Be Solo Scholarship Contest were incredible and every single one worthy. But when the final votes were tallied, Tracie brought home the most votes in a nail-biter finish. Tracie C. Robinson is a May, 2008 graduate of George Washington […]
April was a month of great information here on SPU. If you missed any of these new classes and guest lectures, be sure to check them out soon! In the Creating Online Video for Attorneys class, Gerry Oginski shared How Video Will Make You Stand Out From the Crowd and Nude Snorkelling Class 5, The […]
Kira Fonteneau is a landlord tenant attorney primarily representing landlords. She will teach a course about Landlord/Tenant Law at Solo Practice University®. Ms. Fonteneau is Licensed to practice law in Alabama, Georgia and Virginia, but focuses her practice in Alabama running The Fonteneau Firm, LLC. As part of her practice, Kira routinely and successfully represents […]
Kimberly Alderman will be teaching Freelance Lawyering 101 at Solo Practice University® Kimberly Alderman is a lawyer, writer, and professor who has lived in Vermont, Alaska, the Virgin Islands, and New Mexico. In the course of her travels, Kimberly built up a thriving freelance law practice. She is the principal of the Alderman Law Firm, […]
We’ve had a busy month in March! Check out the latest classes added to Solo Practice University’s class schedule. This brings the individual classes available to you 24/7 immediately upon enrolling to more than 360! Jay Shepherd gave us Lesson Two in Fixing Your Fees, Fixing Your Practice. In Motorcycle Injury Law Adam Gee posted […]
We know that one of the biggest challenges you face in opening your own solo practice is funding. Sometimes the gap between what you need and and what you can afford is wide and deep. The ‘Proud to Be Solo’ Scholarship Contest may be just the answer for you. Check it out.