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FREE WEBINAR: Make 2019 The Year You Start Your Law Firm & LAST CALL for 7-Figure Ebook!

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Though it’s hard to believe, last week, I celebrated my 25th year as a law firm owner – something I never expected back in those dark days when unceremoniously booted from the partnership track at my law firm, I had no other option if I wanted to continue to practice law but to start my own law firm. So reluctantly, that’s what I did.

Today, the world is a very different place. On the downside, biglaw jobs are far more scarce new graduates are up to their eyeballs in debt and women lawyers and lawyers of color still face pervasive and suffocating discrimination. Yet on the upside, we now celebrate and root for entrepreneurship and scrappy start-ups, technology has slashed startup costs to practically nothing and empowered lawyers to create a million different kinds of law firms.

And so that’s why I’ve decided to offer my free webinar on why you should Make 2019 the Year To Start Your Law Firm. Whether it’s been something you’ve dreamed of for a while or whether you feel you have no options, find out why now is the time to start.  Register here. 

Finally, 7-Figure eBook is coming SOON – but there’s still time to register through Monday, November 12.  We’ll be live in Washington D.C. on November 16, starting at 9 am at the WeWork WhiteHouse location at 1440 G Street NW. Coffee, lunch, and snacks throughout the day.  There’s also a remote option and a correspondence class. If you register before the weekend, you’ll still have time to do some of the pre-course assignments to make sure that you can complete your eBook. For more information about the program or to register, click here .  If you can’t make this session, we’ll be hosting a second session sometime in January so stay tuned.

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