Lawyers are gamblers. Just ask an advocate leaving the courthouse with a verdict in hand. One retired district judge routinely admonished counsel at docket call, “So, we’re going to trial. I guess at least one of you is making a big mistake.”

Betting on a case and losing always hurts, but it hurts most for the solo practitioner, for whom the smaller scale of practice makes every case matter that much more.

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