Faculty Announcement – Suzanne Meehle


Suzanne D. Meehle will teach an advanced course on Representing Small Businesses at Solo Practice University®.

A practicing attorney for nearly a decade, Suzanne started out in the corporate department at a large Orlando firm in 2006, representing primarily small business owners in a variety of business transactions and intellectual property matters. In 2009, she left to start a boutique law firm with friend and business partner Alyson M. Innes. In 2011, she formed The Meehle Law Firm, a boutique firm exclusively serving small businesses in the areas of entity formation, contracts, employment issues, business transactions, tax, business planning and strategy, intellectual property and business litigation.

A serial entrepreneur, Suzanne’s first business was operating a babysitting service at the local bowling alley while still a high school student. In college at the University of Alabama in Huntsville, she turned her love of cooking into a side business, catering small weddings and parties. After college, Suzanne built a career as a software systems engineer and database administrator for healthcare and technology firms. She also built a business as an independent contractor and consultant, serving clients such as OrlandoJobs.com, Office Depot and VeArd Computer Research.

Suzanne has a long history with Solo Practice University®. She was one of the first students in 2009, the same year she left Big Law to start her own practice. Since 2011, she has been a guest blogger for Solo Practice University®. Known for being brutally honest, irreverent and funny, Suzanne’s Big Law to Solo column continues to be very popular.

Suzanne graduated cum laude from Barry University’s Dwayne O. Andreas School of Law in 2006. Suzanne has been honored with the highest peer-review rating from Martindale-Hubbell, AV Preeminent. She has been published in the Orange County Bar Association’s monthly magazine, The Briefs, for which she served as co-editor from 2010 – 2012, and in the American Bar Association’s Annual Review of Intellectual Property Law Developments 2009.

Advanced Class: Representing Small Businesses

Summary below. Read the full syllabus (PDF).

  • Introduction
  • Interviewing (and other verbal communication)
  • Drafting in Plain English – what that really means
  • Drafting Correspondence
  • Drafting Contracts
  • Drafting Memos and Opinions
  • Negotiating
  • Administrative Law
  • Litigating
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