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The General Practice, Solo and Small Firm Division celebrates its 50th anniversary and five decades as the voice of solo and small firm practitioners in the organized bar.
Listen in on a conversation among colleagues discussing how far we’ve come technologically over the past 50 years.
Mobile devices connected to the cloud will free lawyers of the future from desk-bound tasks.
The Division Secretary offers a sneak peek at the exciting programs planned for the coming years.
Learn how the General Practice, Solo and Small Firm Division is the focus of the ABA’s efforts to stay relevant to the Main Street Lawyer.
Running a general practice five decades ago was quite a different proposition than it is today.
One ingredient in the mix has not changed in the last 50 years: the human element.
The successful firms of tomorrow will not look like the firms of today.
Five attorneys reveal how they have found fulfillment—not regrets—in the practice of law.
Make your own “WIZARD” web-based application, and you’ll appear as if you wield a magic wand in the courtroom.
Thoughtful implementation of technology such as Evernote, Dropbox, Workflowy, Tungle.me, and Batchbook will allow you to run a more enjoyable, economical, and profitable practice.
Weigh the value of each attribute for your firm and plan an upgrade with the functions most beneficial to you.
What should a family law attorney do if the client reports that a spouse has downloaded pornography?
Answering two simple questions—“Who are you?” and “How can you prove it?”—is becoming critical for online business activities.
Case law has only begun to address the issue of the enforceability and application of website-based contract terms.
Agricultural policy debates often overlook how policy affects our perception and response to environmental issues.
Basis harvesting provisions can permit the heirs of most married couples to reap significant income tax savings.
Unlike 50 years ago, we can now practice out of the office with virtually the same efficiency as we can practice in the office.
As the Division enters its 50th year, we will strategically reflect on who we are and how we can best serve our members.
Division name change proposal; Spring Meeting details; Solo and Small Firm Awards; Diversity and Young Lawyers Fellowships; Committee leadership appointments
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Research, format, cite-check, and analyze case law—all within the document you are drafting.
Thanks to his work with the ABA, this lawyer is interacting at the highest levels with people who wouldn’t otherwise know his name.