Solo and small firm legal practice can be extremely rewarding. Lawyers in these settings can tailor their practices to their personal interests and strengths. They treasure the freedom from the red tape that often accompanies life at a larger firms or work in the public sector. They need not endure annual performance reviews from exacting bosses, seek approval of requests for time off, work for or with disagreeable or unethical people, and, perhaps best of all, they needn’t share their profits. What’s not to love, right?
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