SoloSez News

SoloSez News

Solo’s Niche: Turning Supreme Court Bar Admission into an Event  »

The March issue of the Daily Record (Maryland), spotlights Sezzer Terry A. Berger, a Westminster solo practitioner, has started a business coordinating in-person Supreme Court bar admissions for lawyer organizations across the country. More

Maryland Attorney General, guest speaker at the April SoloSez meeting  »

Maryland Attorney General, Douglas Gansler, was the guest speaker at the April SoloSez meeting for the Bethesda, Maryland, regional Chapter. According to Terry Berger, the self-styled "den mother" for the group, "This meeting marks the 9th anniversary for Bethesda’s SoloSez." More

Sezzer Reports From Afghanistan  »

Navy Reserve officer Sterling DeRamus was featured in the April issue of the ABA Journal for the work he is doing with the U.S. military in the most dangerous regions of Afghanistan. The site also features photos and dispatches from Sterling himself. More

Female Muslim Lawyers Form a New Kind of Small Firm  »

The March issue of the ABA Journal spotlights Sezzer Majdel Musa and her five partners, who also happen to be women of the Muslim faith. More

SoloSez Featured on Law.com  »

In an article by the General Practice, Solo & Small Firm Division Chair, Keith McLennan , Law.com takes an in-depth look at the SoloSez listserve. More

SoloSez Cited as Valuable Resource in Business Bestseller  »

Sezzer Lisa Solomon praises SoloSez as "great for meeting contacts and building business" in David Meerman Scott's bestseller, The New Rules of Marketing and PR. More

SoloSez Offers Advice to ABAJ  »

The January issue of the ABA Journal spotlights several Sezzers for their advice to other solos on how to deal with referrals. More

Sezzer Quoted in New York Times  »

Avid blawgger and longtime SoloSez member Carolyn Elefant was quoted in the New York Times on her wisdoms regarding the problems of working for a big firm. You can also check out Carolyn's new book, Solo by Choice: How to Be the Lawyer You Always Wanted to Be. More

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