The conundrum every attorney faces is whether to work for a firm or strike out on his own, says attorney Angel Reyes III, who started his own firm when he was 28 years old. Reyes notes that it's not easy to start a firm. Hurdles will appear, and business may not come immediately. Looking back over the past 16 years, Reyes has some pointers for lawyers who are now starting their own firm. For instance, choose a niche area to help you stand out and to provide a toehold into the world of client acquisition.
Starting a Firm? Find Your Niche
October 7, 2009