Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Aiming for Solo Practice?

Starting your own firm right after law school is a large and treacherous undertaking. Let's face it, law school does not teach you everything you need to know to open your own firm, so, if you insist that this is your path to practice, it is wise to get advice and guidance from bar association committees and sections that support solo and very small firm practice.

The American Bar Association is holding its annual meeting in New York City on Friday, August 8. The ABA's Section on General Practice, Solo and Small Firm Division, is hosting four interesting programs on that day, including a program on the need to know issues of setting up and organizing your own firm.

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