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How Much Do Solo and Small Firm Lawyers Earn?

How Much Do Solos Earn? An Excerpt from Solo by Choice: Among its expansive topics, Solo by Choice briefly covers what solos earn – a topic I’ve also addressed at MyShingle here and here. Accurate information on solo salaries are hard to come by given the variation in practices, the fact that many solos also operate lucrative side hustles where

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Key Trends in Client Service That Lawyers Need to Know

Though it seems counter-intuitive, these days, top client service depends more on digital engagement and self-service options than personal human interaction.  At least that’s one of the findings of the 2022 State of Service Report sponsored by Salesforce, reports ZDNet.  The report found that not only are companies increasingly engaging customers through digital channels, but 57 percent of customers prefer

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MyShingle.com was created to address the unmet demands and desires of solos and small law firms, the clients we serve and others in the legal profession who use our services or dream of going out on their own.

In contrast to most other sites geared for solo and small firm lawyers, which discuss the nuts and bolts of starting, operating and marketing a traditional general practice law firm, MyShingle has always offered support for a variety of solo lawyers – from those who run boutique or corporate practices that directly compete with large firms to lawyers looking to create a part time practice while caring for children or holding down a day job.