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From Lawyer to Legal Tech Founder: Krista Andrews, Family Law Attorney & #Nontechie

Today kicks off yet another MyShingle profile series, this time From Lawyer to Legal Tech Founder. Here, we’ll be profiling lawyers starting businesses in the legal tech space. Our first profile features Krista Andrews , a North Dakota based practicing family attorney and co-founder of PartUs – a collaborative, cloud-based platform that allows family law…

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Mom Owned Law Firm Interview with Rennee Dehesa

This week, the MyShingle profile series continues with two more Mom-Owned Law Firms, as we celebrate mom lawyers who have chosen to own, not loan their talent. Today, we’ll hear from Rennee Dehesa, a partner in a small trusts and estates practice. The Money Quote: DO IT (start a firm) and don’t look back! What is…

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Mom Owned Law Firm Interview with Theresa Skaine

The MyShingle profile series featuring Mom-Owned Law Firms continues. Join us this week as we celebrate more mom lawyers who have chosen to own, not loan their talent.  Today, we’ll hear from Theresa Skaine, owner of Skaine & Associates, a Sarasota Springs, New York law firm handling corporate, not-for profit and commercial real estate matters. …

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Mom Owned Law Firm Timeout with Cathleen Cooper Moran

Welcome to the MyShingle profile series featuring Mom-Owned Law Firms where we celebrate mom lawyers who have chosen to own, not loan their talent.  One of our two inaugural profiles comes from Cathleen Cooper Moran, a seasoned bankruptcy attorney who has been running her own law firm for  40 years. The money quote:  “Ownership has…

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Mom Owned Law Firm Timeout With Christine L Matus

Welcome to the MyShingle profile series featuring Mom-Owned Law Firms where we celebrate mom lawyers who have chosen to own, not loan their talent.  One of our two inaugural profiles comes from Christine Matus, a New Jersey-based estate planning attorney, who will celebrate 15 years of law firm ownership. The Money Quote: “I always wanted…

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What’s Next Solo: Dan Lear – From Lawyer to Avvo Industry Relations

Name: Dan Lear Current Position, company and what your company does. I am currently the Director of Industry Relations at Avvo. Avvo connects people to the quality legal help they deserve through industry-leading tools and services, including a free Q&A forum, a comprehensive lawyer directory, and fixed-fee services offered by local lawyers. Prior to your…

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What’s Next Solo? Lawyer to Legal Tech, Chad Burton, CuroLegal

The final lawyer-to-legal-tech entry in our What’s Next Solo? lineup is Chad Bruton, CEO of CuroLegal.  Although Chad had ten years of biglaw legal experience under his belt by the time he turned solo, as a still-newer attorney, he enjoyed the benefits of the technology advances like virtual law offices and distributed firms which he…

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