The New Solo: Jack of All Trades, Master of None?

Many new solo practitioners wrestle with the issue of whether to focus their practice in one area of the law to the exclusion of other areas. Some are afraid to walk away from any business and, therefore, think it best to go to market as a generalist.

Unless you practice in a very small town, this strategy is usually a mistake.

If you practice in a suburban or metro area, limiting yourself to certain practice areas is the best strategy. Here’s why…

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Roy’s approach was no nonsense and highly informed. All of my questions about the best firm setting for my practice were answered. I came out of our coaching sessions with a clear direction, confidence and a cogent plan. Roy delivered." Read the rest
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