By Helen Gulgun Bukulmez, Esq. If you were a successful legal employer looking to hire an associate attorney, who would you hire: someone who has been sitting and waiting for a job to magically appear or someone who has taken the risk and initiative to build her own practice? Going solo after graduation has become… Read more »
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In our new series titled, TLI Twitter Poll (very clever name, we know), we ask our law minded Twitter followers a short question relating to the practice of law. Last week, TheLawInsider.com took to Twitter (@lawinsider) to ask our followers this important question. What’s the First Hire a Solo Practitioner Should Make? Here are a few… Read more »
By Preston Clark For an attorney, the decision to go solo is never an easy one. Whether you’re a seasoned veteran of the legal profession or a brand new JD, you will face many of the same challenges when starting a law firm. Traditional legal education does not teach attorneys to be entrepreneurs—and let’s face… Read more »
At TheLawInsider.com we try not to read our own press clippings, but we received a pretty cool recognition this week. We thought our readers might like to hear about it. BusinessInsider.com recently ranked TheLawInsider #8 among the most influential law blogs. We are honored to be included on the list!
By Preston Clark Over the past few months, TheLawInsider.com has interviewed a number of attorneys who have left the legal profession in search of greener pastures in sports, art and business. But today we’re featuring a lawyer who is taking her talents back to the legal profession—where she has some unfinished business in the world… Read more »
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By Preston Clark “A blog is never done…” -The Law Insider I started blogging in 2008. As a lawyer, with no web programming skills, it was really cool to design and publish a site on my own. My first website was TrialSkillsLive.com and I used a blogging platform called Squarespace to build and publish it. A… Read more »