Do you sometimes get the feeling that your legal expertise and client relations skills are mired in the tangle of your big firm’s office politics? Are you tethered to your BlackBerry 24/7 because of bureaucratic inefficiency, rather than legitimate client needs? Are you longing to see a more tangible connection between your work product and your clients’ goals?

If so, you might start to think about building a small firm practice that can enable you to provide cost-effective service to your clients and achieve a better work/life balance for yourself. Over the past decade numerous women lawyers in New York City have successfully made the leap from "Big Law" (large firm practice) to "Little Big Law" (high quality small firm practice). Those who have done so cite many advantages:

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