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Smiling at the "Solo" Aspect of Solo Lawyer Practice

In his inimitable style, Rick Georges at Sololawyer has tickled my funny bone with this clever cartoon that captures elegantly, and in my opinion accurately, the rewards and challenges of being a solo lawyer.  In just four frames, that cartoon presents both sides of the coin of practicing as a solo.  Being on my own forces me to do more networking, both to generate new business for my firm and to connect with other lawyers, since I don't have any colleagues in my office.  At the same time, conflicts within the firm are blissfully nonexistent.

By Steve Imparl, guest blogger

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