Whether you’re planning to venture out on your own or you’ve been managing a solo practice for some time, you will encounter many business and operational issues that were not discussed in your law school education nor in your first position as a law clerk or an associate in private practice.
This is the second in a series of occasional columns, Best Practices for Solo Practices, that will discuss how several attorneys with a solo practice manage various aspects of the business side of their firm, in an effort to share insights, highlight potential solutions and avoid costly mistakes.
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