Taking vacations as a solo lawyer can be very difficult, but these articles can help!
Vacation and time away from your practice are essential towards living a healthy life and avoiding burnout. But as a solo lawyer, finding the time time to get away can be difficult. These great articles will help!
1. A Vacation From Solo Practice
Are you a solo practitioner or small-firm lawyer thinking of taking a vacation? Carolyn Elefant has some helpful tips for you.
2. How, Even As A Solo Attorney You Can Vacation
What happens when you actually break the chains and decide to go on vacation? This edition of Things I Wish I Knew, Joleena Louis Tells Solo Attorneys That Taking A Vacation Is Certainly Not Mission Impossible.
3. Spring Break: A Good Vacation Option for Solo Practice Attorneys?
If your heart rate is already going up from just thinking about how to sneak away on a spring break trip, take a deep breath and read on. There are ways to tackle the two main vacation stressors — finances and scheduling — and maximize your well-earned (and frankly, much needed) vacation
4. 10 Tips to Help a Solo Practitioner Go on Vacation
Most solo practitioners I know find it is difficult to take a vacation. Hearings or trials get scheduled. A client needs something immediately. Or some other legal “emergency” arises. So how can a solo practitioner take an actual vacation? Here are 10 tips for you to take a vacation.
5. Vacation Time! Lawyers Share How They Actually Get Away From the Office
We all know getting away is easier said than done. So the pros over at Rocket Matter asked lawyers how they carve out vacation time while keeping their practices running. Here’s what they had to say.
6. How a Solo Lawyer (or You) Can Take Vacation
You can go on vacation. In fact, you must go on vacation if you’re going to survive this work. Vacations are an essential element of maintaining your health and happiness. You’ve got to getaway. Follow this article to get advice from one lawyer on how to do just that.
7. Lawyers and Vacations: It’s a Necessity
The latest State of American Vacation report says that more than half of Americans are not using all the vacation time they earn. So this author asked 100 lawyers for their thoughts about taking vacations. Follow this article to learn about the results of that survey and why you should, at the very least, start planning your next vacation right away