Many partners in large firms dream of chucking it all and setting up their own practice. However, many also fear that without their firm’s name recognition and resources, they will miss out on major matters. A seat at the table is no big deal in a penny-ante game.

But you can leave a big firm and keep a big practice. Today, one can handle sophisticated high-stakes legal work in a small firm. Add profits that can rival those at top 10 Am Law firms and control over your professional (and personal) life, and striking out on your own becomes an appealing alternative.

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