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  • Is Going Solo For Losers?

    Are lawyers who go solo simply lawyers who couldn’t cut it in Big Law? Are they lawyers who couldn’t make partner? Or did they make partner, but not equity partner? Are they bad lawyers?   I’m going to get a little vulnerable here and admit that in law school I was washed up by the mentality of if y … Read more »

  • How Do I Leave Big Law And Go Solo?

    For many law students, working in a large prestigious firm is their ultimate goal. Many of them make it there and many don’t. For those that do, they may realize over time that it’s not the best fit for them. If you find yourself in Big Law and are considering going solo, this post is for you. Leavi … Read more »

  • What are the Benefits of Going Solo?

    What are the Benefits of Going Solo? Going solo has so many advantages that I’m not even sure where to start this blog post. But here goes. Without further ado, here are some of the advantages of going solo:   1. Flexibility. As a solo, you get to set your schedule. You don’t have to go to an office … Read more »

  • What are the Challenges of Going Solo?

    What are the Challenges of Going Solo? I often talk about the benefits of going solo. Hello flexibility, autonomy and picking and choosing your clients! But I also want to be straight with you. Going solo is not all rainbows and unicorns.   There is no steady paycheque.  It can be very isolating.  J … Read more »

  • When Should I Go Solo?

    When Should I Go Solo? There are so many different reasons lawyers go solo. They make the jump at every stage of their careers. New lawyers, mid-career lawyers, senior lawyers. When is the right time for YOU to go solo? For the vast majority of lawyers, there is no “right” time. Unfortunately, the s … Read more »