Civil litigation attorney, Kerith Kentish, shares how making time for family helps prevent solo attorney burnout. The most important thing I learned after becoming a solo attorney is to always remember to make time for family and friends. This helps […]

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Running a solo law practice isn’t easy. Civil litigation attorney Kerith Kentish shares his best tips for avoiding solo attorney burnout. I live in a quiet, eel-shaped haven in the Caribbean called Anguilla — the Perfect Postcard. While life on […]

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International Business Attorney, R. Jason Huf, discusses how attorneys can build a strong personal brand. You aren’t Corn Flakes, Coca-Cola, Apple or Ford, but you are running a business, and you want to distinguish the services you provide from those […]

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“So I was on my way to work . . . “ – Adventures in Contingency Planning for Solo Attorneys by Thom Chu, solo trusts and estates practitioner   Working solo has its benefits and burdens Whether you have just gone […]

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This week in Things I Wish I Knew, Joleena Louis provides advice on how to avoid marital issues when you start your solo practice. The word “I” appears in many of my blogs, even twice in the blog series title. […]

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