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One of the best parts of being a shingler is that you can choose where you want to work.  And for many who start a firm, that means home.  Recently, there’s been a spate of posts on working at home, including this guest post by Greatest American Lawyer at Grant Griffiths’ Home Office Lawyer, various links to this Rocky Mountain News Story, The Good Fight about solo Curtis Kennedy, a home based lawyer who handles top dollar class action suits and other litigation against big companies (equally amazing to the fact that Kennedy works at home are his billing practices – he recently won an additional $36 million for his clients, but rather than fight for a cut, is merely seeking $40,000 in legal fees.  How’s that for value billing? (not!)) Finally, though he’s been blogging for  a few months now, Chuck Newton of Third Wave Law Firm on virtual law practice has plenty to say about home offices and starting a firm.

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