By Sean Hessler, Hessler Law
Whether fresh from law school or transitioning from working for someone else, the decision to hang your own shingle is huge. It can be an exciting and terrifying time. The pressure can be enormous when “the buck stops here,” but so too are the rewards. Solo/small firm attorneys have the blessing of running their firms their way. If you are looking to make the leap, the simple question is “How?” I am frequently asked what it takes, what to know and where to start by attorneys eager to start their own firms. The following article provides advice to these questions.
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