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Archive for March 2008

Live Blogging ABA Tech Show, Post 1

In theory, I like the idea of live blogging – at least when someone else is doing it.  When I read through a live-blogged, play-by-play entry, it’s almost as good as being at the conference myself.  Plus, even if I actually attended the event, it’s interesting to read about it from someone else’s perspective. But…

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Solo by Choice: Where to Find It

Last Friday’s New York Law Journal carried this story (subscription req’d.) about me and my book Solo by Choice.  The story apparently contributed to an increase in book sales, so once again, Solo by Choice is not currently available on Amazon (that’s of this morning, 3/11/08).  However, you can always purchase the book for the…

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What’s A Solo?

After learning that he’s one of the 83 percent majority of lawyers in New York who practice as solos, Eric Turkewitz asks just what does that mean anyway? Specifically, Eric wonders whether the term “solo” as used in these kinds of surveys means just one lawyer, one lawyer with support staff or one lawyer with…

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Hope to Meet You At ABA Tech Show

I know that I have blogging to thank for my invitation to speak at this year’s ABA Tech Show and I am incredibly excited.  I consider myself fortunate because I’m really a practical technologist at heart, rather than a gadgety person.  I choose technology in a practical manner, based strictly on how much it costs…

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Solo Practice Doesn’t Mean Forever

Just like goodbye doesn’t mean forever, solo practice doesn’t either – or at least, it shouldn’t.   Some lawyers who start their own practices are committed to building and running a firm for the long haul.  Others view solo practice not as a permanent end in itself, but as a transition – a way to ride…

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