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7-Figure Ebook LIVE – Washington D.C. Nov. 16, 2018

October 17, 2018

  If you watched my 7-Figure Ebook Video, you may have wondered how you could create a similar book for your law practice. Now you can – in just seven hours at the 7 Figure Ebook LIVE event in Washington D.C. scheduled for November 16 (location to be announced).  A virtual version may be available…

Tips for Leaving Solo Practice

February 26, 2005

There’s plenty written – both at MyShingle and elsewhere – about the right way to start a law practice.  But there’s also a right way to close one down when a solo decides to move…

Change of Pace

February 25, 2005

Hey readers, I’m dispatching this post from a computer at the Washington College of Law Library of American University in Washington D.C.  I’m posting from here just to show that I can but also to…

Dennis Kennedy Sees Prospects for Small Firm and Solo Lawyers Better Than Ever

February 23, 2005

With so many large firms starting to jump on the blog bandwagon, I often feel discouraged about the prospects for solo and small firm lawyers’ ability to keep up.  After all, though we may be…

Small Firm Does Pro Bono

February 23, 2005

Bob Ambrogi reports here on the pro bono work of a two attorney firm, Moran and Gottlieb and links to this story about the firm in the Poughkeepsie Journal.  Subsidizing their pro bono work with…

Online Litigation Tips

February 23, 2005

Via Jim Calloway comes a link to  Dave Swanner’s guest post at Legal Underground entitled “Twelve Ways Technology Can Make You A Better Trial Lawyer.”  There’s some great advice here for both new and seasoned…

If We Can’t Beat Them, Let’s Compete With Them!

February 22, 2005

I’m never more mortified than when I see lawyers trying to shut down legal document preparation services like We the People which purportedly compete with lawyers – as the Illinois Bar is doing.  See Lawyers…

Is There A Malpractice Action a-Comin’?

February 22, 2005

Many attorneys who practice criminal law believe that their malpractice exposure is minimal.  After all, it’s hard to show that it’s more likely than not that a client would have avoided conviction but for the…

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