When lawyers strike out on their own after leaving large law firms, they risk losing a vast network of referral business. Now one such lawyer who became a solo practitioner has created a network that looks to bridge that gap and avail clients to the services of those in the Big Law diaspora.
Andrew Dick, a former associate at Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher and Morrison & Foerster and the founder of his own transactional boutique, has launched Select Counsel, a national network composed of more than 300 lawyers in over 35 cities across all practice areas.
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