With the new year approaching, this is an obvious time for us to consider making changes in the upcoming year. For many solo attorneys, the biggest decision is whether or not to close up shop and join a team, be that private work, the public sector, or getting out of law altogether. Meanwhile, many government and small firm attorneys wonder whether they would like to have the freedom of a solo practice. In the end, I am reminded of the Clash’s song, “Should I Stay or Should I Go?” Here are some things you should consider before making such a career move, coming from someone who has been a solo and small firm attorney and has worked in three levels of government prior to getting a law license.
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