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Solo Small Firm Practice News

Posted on: Dec 5, 2014

By Julie Chambers, Chambers Law Office LLC

At the end of your career, will you regret working too hard or not working hard enough? Maybe the right question to ask is whether you will regret having not worked hard enough at something that truly inspired you.

This blog post Carolyn Elefant of discusses taking the time to find a path, whether that is running a solo practice or finding one particular area of law that excites you, and working as hard as you can at that endeavor so that you don’t look back and regret spending too many hours away from your family and friends doing something you didn’t love.

No matter where you are in your career, it’s never too late to seek out inspiration and leave a mark doing something that motivates you.

This post was written by Julie Chambers of Chambers Law Office LLC. If you would like to submit content or write an article for the Solo/Small Firm Practice Section page, please email Mary Kay Price at


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