Planning Your Future for Solo and Small Firm Lawyers (July 9, 2020) | Law Practice Tips

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Many thanks to Jim Calloway for his kind words about our pre-Pandemic predictions.


To chart your future course, I encourage you not to just focus on the current crisis for planning, but also consider the many challenges small firm lawyers serving mostly individual clients and small businesses face. Your tip today is to read my pre-pandemic blog post The Legal Profession in Transition- Solo Practitioners and Their Future. The post also links to a pair of papers written for the New York State Bar Association by Stephen P. Gallagher and Leonard E. Sienko, a pair of deep thinkers about the profession's future. Their great analysis may make some lawyers uncomfortable. But today this can serve to remind us that change impacting solo and small firm lawyers is happening at a rapid pace and it was happening before 2020.


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This page contains a single entry by Leonard E. Sienko, Jr. published on July 10, 2020 5:26 PM.

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