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Adriana Linares

Adriana Linares is a law practice consultant and legal technology coach. After several years at two of Florida’s largest...

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Published: January 13, 2011
Podcast: New Solo
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New Solo covers a diverse range of topics including transitioning from law firm to solo practice, law practice management, and more.

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