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There’s No Place [to Practice] Like Home

by Carolyn Elefant on July 7, 2005 · 3 comments

in Law Practice Management, Office Options, Solo Practice Trends

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Unfortunately, sometimes even solo and small firm lawyers harbor stereotypes about a home office set-up. But if anyone can put those stereotypes to rest, it would be my fellow blogger and solo, Grant Griffiths, who’s just launched this new web log, Home Office Lawyer. These days, home office is more synonymous with high-tech than homely, as evidenced by Grant’s focus on paperless systems and the links to other lawyer home office weblogs which look as professional as any high rent, downtown firm.  So if think that working from home will hold you back, visit Grant’s site.  You just might reconsider.

  • http://gdgrifflaw.typepad.com/home_office_lawyer/2005/07/mentioned_at_my.html Home Office Lawyer

    Mentioned at myShingle.com

    Carolyn Elefant at myshingle.com provided a nice post called There’s No Place [to Practice] Like Home. The post mentions this blog and putting the stereotypes to rest concerning the home office law practice. Thanks for the great post Carolyn.

  • http://gdgrifflaw.typepad.com/home_office_lawyer/2005/07/mentioned_at_my.html Home Office Lawyer

    Mentioned at myShingle.com

    Carolyn Elefant at myshingle.com provided a nice post called There’s No Place [to Practice] Like Home. The post mentions this blog and putting the stereotypes to rest concerning the home office law practice. Thanks for the great post Carolyn.

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