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Real Sisters In Law

by Carolyn Elefant on August 28, 2006 · 3 comments

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Sisters don’t have to marry a pair of brothers to become sisters in law to each other.  As this article, Sisters in law:  Siblings Keep legal matters all in the family (Arizona Business Gazette 8/24/06), sisters Hope Kirsch and Lori Kirsch-Goodwin became sisters in law (or sisters at law)  when they decided to hang out their own shingle together.

We’re all familiar with law practices comprised of parent and son or daughters and there are other sibling firms as well, such as this one I mentioned years ago.  Any other readers involved in a family practice (not counting spouses).  Send your comments below and let us know whether it’s something you would recommend.

  • http://sistersinlaw.blogspot.com Janice L. Mathis

    My sister and I don’t practice law together, but we do host a weekly radio broadcast out of Atlanta, called aptly enough, “Sisters in Law.” We give general legal information to callers on topics ranging from criminal defense to estate planning. We like hanging out together and enjoy doing the show.

  • http://sistersinlaw.blogspot.com Janice L. Mathis

    My sister and I don’t practice law together, but we do host a weekly radio broadcast out of Atlanta, called aptly enough, “Sisters in Law.” We give general legal information to callers on topics ranging from criminal defense to estate planning. We like hanging out together and enjoy doing the show.

  • Janicelmathis

    My sister and I collaborate and associate each other on complex cases.  We discuss litigation strategy all the time.  We are each other’s most reliable professional resource. Our legal backgrounds complement each other.  She is a former prosecutor…I have more civil trial experience. 

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