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Christopher T. Anderson

Christopher T. Anderson has authored numerous articles and speaks on a wide range of topics, including law firm management,...

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In this edition of The Un-Billable Hour, host Attorney Rodney Dowell, Director of the Massachusetts Law Office Management Assistance Program, will talk about the keys to operating a successful solo practice.   Rodney welcomes Attorney Carolyn Elefant, a solo and small firm attorney, blogger and author of the book, “Solo by Choice, ” to discuss the criteria attorneys should use when selecting clients, the keys to planning a successful start-up and how to develop a successful firm.

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Published: November 18, 2009
Podcast: Un-Billable Hour
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Un-Billable Hour
Un-Billable Hour

Best practices regarding your marketing, time management, and all the things outside of your client responsibilities.

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