Many lawyers want to start their solo careers as a general practice, thinking that they will attract more clients if they offer a variety of services. However, when it comes to marketing strategy, lawyers who focus on one practice area create a stronger brand and are more successful in the long run. The right solo...
Stephanie Kimbro is an adjunct professor for many law schools including Wake Forest, Conchord, Florida Law School, and Michigan...
Adriana Linares is a law practice consultant and legal technology coach. After several years at two of Florida’s largest...
New Solo covers a diverse range of topics including transitioning from law firm to solo practice, law practice management, and more.
Estate planning lawyer Marie Stockton makes sure her clients not only can, but want to read important, potentially life-altering documents.
Brand new solo Dean Blachford binged New Solo’s episodes before launching his practice. He offers a crash course featuring standout episodes.
Solo Rachel Allums earned her law practice chops running a firm before joining the bar, and her estate planning practice is all the better.
How new solos Taly Goody and Michelle Fonseca-Kamana create videos for social media that attract clients and referrals.
When one can practice almost anywhere, why not Puerto Rico? Sarah de Deigo leapt even before the pandemic popularized these wholesale moves.
Business consultant Peggy Gruenke explains what happens when solo and small firms don’t have their financial houses in order.