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Landing Your Dream Job By Going Solo

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 »

#TwitterPoll: If You Can’t Get the Job You Want Right Out of Law School, Should You Go Solo?  

TWITTER TIP FOR LAWYERS If you’re wondering why more people aren’t following you on Twitter, it may have to do with the fact that you aren’t following enough people. Keep in mind that unless you’re already famous buy viagra soft online like Kim Kardashian, people aren’t just going to find you and follow you. You have to follow… Read more »

Twitter Poll: What’s the First Hire a Solo Practitioner Should Make?

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, 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 »

The Lawyer as Entrepreneur: Advice on Starting Your Own Law Firm

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 »

TLI Interview: Jordan Parker, Esq.

By Preston Clark Over the past few months, 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 »

How Lawyers Build a Conversation Online

By Preston Clark recently interviewed our good friends over at to learn more about how they purchase cialis online ‘re using Twitter, LinkedIn and blogging to create an online conversation around sports law. Claire Zovko and Laura Jeffords are the sports attorneys behind and @SportsLawChat on Twitter. As more and more attorneys… Read more »

Top 10 Best WordPress Plugins for Legal Blogs (Blawgs) 2012

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 and I used a blogging platform called Squarespace to build and publish it. A… Read more »