It’s not easy running a law practice—especially for solo and small firm lawyers. One reason it’s so hard for lawyers to run their firms effectively and efficiently is because this is a topic that wasn’t covered in law school. As part of their legal training, lawyers learn primarily about substantive law, with very little attention given to the ins and outs of managing a law firm. This means that when lawyers make the decision to hang a shingle, they’re usually unprepared and often struggle with law practice management issues.
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