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Expand Your Solo/Small Digital Library This Holiday Season
Posted on: Nov 21, 2017

Are you looking to expand your digital library this holiday season? There are a number of great law blogs devoted to small firm attorneys, covering topics from marketing and technology, to law practice management issues.

Message from the Chair: October 2017
Posted on: Oct 23, 2017

Keep up with the happenings: stay up-to-date on section news and events with this quarter's message from the Solo/Small Firm Committee chair, Beth Cox.

Don't We All Want to Thrive?
Posted on: Oct 13, 2017

We work hard. Sometimes too hard. And if you are anything like we are, there don’t’ seem to be enough hours in the day to learn everything you need to learn to keep on top of your field and also manage a busy practice. October 20, you have the chance to spend one day, getting better at both.

Marion County Circuit Court, Paternity Division Open House: Friday, September 29
Posted on: Sep 26, 2017

Marion Circuit Court Paternity Division is having an open house Friday, September 29, from 1 to 5 p.m. to show off their new space and all the bells and whistles it has to offer.

Personal Fundraising and Crowdfunding – New Resources For Legal Fees
Posted on: Sep 21, 2017

More and more people are turning to crowdfunding for everything from health care expenses to legal fees. This article looks at the ups and downs of crowdfunding and legal fees: platforms, ethics, fees and more. Is this method of monetary assistance shiny and new or a new nightmare?

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