In the first days of your new solo practice or small firm, you may well find yourself with a little more unbillable time on your hands than you had hoped. The economy is still shaky, and clients may prove elusive in the early going. So, while you still have some free time, how should you spend it? Which professional activities will be the most helpful for your new practice? And which activities are so important that you should continue making time for them, even as your legal work heats up and your non-billable hours become scarce? We’ve invited three experienced solos and small firm lawyers to pass along some tips about which professional activities give you the greatest return on that most precious of all investments: your time.
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