Millennial Lawyers are Finding Fewer Barriers to Exit Big Law and Go Solo
Younger lawyers are steering their careers around their personal values, with some finding solo practice a better fit. And the barriers to entry for solo practice are lower than ever.
Alina Lee did well working for Big Law and then in-house at a corporate legal department, but at age 30, she’s started her own firm, Your Ad Attorney, motivated by a desire to practice law how she wants and according to her own personal values.
“I really want to use my legal skills to do more than help uber-rich companies with their bottom line and reducing their legal risk,” Lee said. “That’s where the money is, but there is so much more to life.”
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