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It’s Official – I Have My Own Dewey Decimal!

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Those of you who read MyShingle regularly may have noticed the dwindling number of posts over the past few months. No, the site is not coming to an end…even after blogging for almost five years, I still find that there’s plenty of new material to cover. But since I’m not a natural born writer, there’s a limit to how much writing I can squeeze out of myself. And lately, most of my non-legal writing has been directed to the final stages of editing the book draft that I finished in December and that will be going to production shortly (Still some more last minute edits).

In fact, I’m far enough along that I’ve even gotten my own copyright and Dewey decimal – and I can announce the official information here:
Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data
Elefant, Carolyn.
Solo by choice : how to be the lawyer you always wanted to be / Carolyn Elefant.
p. cm.
Includes bibliographical references.
ISBN 978-0-940675-58-2
1. Solo law practice–United States. 2. Lawyers–United States. I. Title.
KF300.Z9E44 2007 340.023’73–dc22

If you’re planning on attending the ABA’s Second National Solo and Small Firm Conference in Philadelphia on October 5-6, 2007, I’ll be there moderating a panel on contract lawyering (a topic covered in my book) and I will have information on how to order a copy of the book at a special discount rate for attendees.

  • Will you let us know how to pre-order when it comes available?

  • Congratulations! And Happy New Year to you and your family.

  • Awesome!! Congrats!
    When and where can we buy it?!

  • Carolyn, will you give us Solosezzers that same rate?

  • Congratulations!

  • Felice Elefant

    Sorry I missed you in Philly. Congratulations and see you soon!!!

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