September 2017 – News Affecting Solos and Small Firms

Summary of Opinion 2017-05 Issued June 9, 2017 Virtual Law Offices To keep overheard low and address the ever-thinning profit margin, the new influx of young lawyers branching into private practice are finding alternatives to the standard “brick and mortar” building. One such alternative is a virtual law office (“VLO”) and, unlike your father’s practice, […]

September 2017 – Watch Me Grow

Helping Attorneys Grossing under 100K Break the 6-figure Barrier. Selecting a Practice Area “Just Say No to Door Law” Many solos practice what is called “door law.” That means that they take any matter/case/client that walks in the door. The primary reason for this is a fear of client scarcity. If clients are scarce, having […]

Sept 2017 – The Ethics Corner

Ethics Questions from Readers. Legal Ethics Advice and Counsel for Solos and Small Firms. I was hired by a client to draft a prenuptial agreement. My client’s fiancé decided not to hire his own attorney. So, I had him sign a statement of non-representation explaining that I did not represent him regarding the prenup as […]