Tag Archives: Solo Practitioner

How Can a Solo Attorney Satisfy All the Clients All the Time?

{3:18 minutes to read}  This was one of many questions I asked myself when starting my solo practice. The answer is they can’t. I am not an expert in all aspects of law, and I can’t answer every client question. … Continue reading

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Think Before You Email!

{3:18 minutes to read} Have you ever sent an email you wish you hadn’t? The consequences can sometimes be catastrophic. One strategy for dealing with challenging or frustrating encounters is to write down everything you would like to say, and … Continue reading

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Do You Engage in Good Business Habits?

{4:24 minutes to read} Although Q1 2017 is in the history books, it’s never too late to re-evaluate your business habits and consider how they may be improved. Transitioning from an employee of BIG LAW to a solo practitioner was … Continue reading

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How Do You Define Success?

{3:00 minutes to read} A solo practitioner or any type of freelancer should be prepared to face regular ebbs and flows in the level of work they receive. Before launching Aimee B. Davis Law P.C. and whenever I am struggling … Continue reading

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The Importance of Listening to Clients

As a solo practitioner, I have a greater personal investment than when I worked for someone else. All of the clients I work with are MY clients. There’s no longer the buffer of a large law firm in the middle … Continue reading

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