From the ground up - ex-lawyers who found success going it alone
"Lawyers don't make natural entrepreneurs, with law firm training geared towards risk management and cautiousness." This sentiment from one former lawyer sums up the general feeling about lawyers as businessmen. While a number of lawyers have successfully cashed in their chips to start afresh with their own businesses, it seems that many of the City's finest believe these ex-lawyer entrepreneurs to be the exception rather than the rule.
They say lawyers aren’t the type to take a leap of faith into entrepreneurship, but Sofia Lind speaks to four ex-lawyers who found success in going it alone
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