July has been a hot month – in more ways than one! Check out all the “hot” classes from our faculty.
Wow. I go away for a vacation and all hell breaks loose! (only kidding) But during my vacation week when my big and little guys were asleep after an exhausting day at the beach I learned of Carolyn Elefant’s post on MyShingle.com letting loose on the ABA as an ‘organization’ (not it’s volunteers or staff). […]
Many states are now offering continued unemployment benefits while you start up your own business. This means for those who have been laid off permanently and eligible for unemployment, you can now direct your energies towards starting your solo practice while still receiving your unemployment checks. To receive benefits, you must be able and available […]
In Should You Create A Niche Practice (Part I) we defined what a niche really is and discussed the concept of natural community to help you carve out your niche. Now let’s talk about the traditional definition of ‘niche’ in the legal community – a given practice area, a specific type of law you want […]
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 […]