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The Many Demands of Solo Practice

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The other day I was telling a colleague about the lives of the lawyers who attend our monthly Solo Practitioners Forum. In the process, he and I both realized that running a solo practice requires a surprisingly long list of skills. Some of them are: …… [To read entire blog, originally posted 1/30/10, click here.]

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