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Technology is a Silent Partner in a Solo Attorney’s Practice - Solo Small Firm Practice News

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Solo Small Firm Practice News


Posted on: Nov 14, 2019

Intro by Enrique Flores, Flores Law Group LLC

Life as an attorney in a solo or small firm practice can be hectic. I am almost one year into it and can already regale you with numerous stories. Today, more than ever, attorneys rely on technology to make our practice more efficient. Life as an attorney in a solo or small firm practice can be hectic. I am almost one year into it and can already regale you with numerous stories. Today, more than ever, attorneys rely on technology to make our practice more efficient. As Janet Falk, an attorney in New York, wrote in the New York Law Journal, “technology is a silent partner in a solo attorney’s practice.” Falk quotes attorneys in different areas of the law and with different views on productivity to show that there is more than one way to run a firm. I am certain that the voices in this article will resonate with more than one fellow solo/small firm practitioner.

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