“There was no golden parachute, there was no safety net. It was 100% swim or you’re going to the bottom of the ocean.” —Randall Ryder
This week, Sam talks with solo practitioner Randall Ryder about what it is like to go out on your own when you have no safety net.
Randall Ryder represents consumers against debt collectors and defends consumers in debt collection lawsuits. He also assists consumers with student loan issues. He was recently named a Minnesota Super Lawyers Rising Star and is the supervising attorney for the University of Minnesota Law School’s clinical program. He also was once retained by a Beverly Hills law firm as an expert on Marvel Comics. He has been writing for Lawyerist since 2009.
|Published:||July 26, 2016|
The Lawyerist Podcast is a weekly show about lawyering and law practice hosted by Sam Glover and Aaron Street.
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