May 01, 2012 Being Solo

Trello Manages Your Client Matters—for Free

David Leffler

During the New York Knicks’ seven-game winning streak back in February, point guard Jeremy Lin impressed me by how well he could make lightning-fast decisions on the fly based on a quickly changing situation.

Often solo attorneys have to make decisions based on a changing situation, but not nearly as fast as in a New York Knicks basketball game. A lawyer’s work happens at a much slower pace and can often be looked at as a collection of projects, with a number of people involved, different tasks that the lawyer has to get done for a particular matter, and numerous issues and deadlines.

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