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March 27, 2024 Upcoming in the March/April Issue of GPSolo Magazine

Niche Areas of Law Practice

Elí Salomón Contreras

If you have ever wondered whether your practice setting is the best fit for you, the March/April 2024 issue of GPSolo magazine provides you with an array of niche practice areas to consider. And even if these settings are not your calling, peruse the articles anyway—they are filled with takeaways on how to transition into and corner a different area within the legal profession.

Some of the articles in this issue address:

  • How the dead bring legal issues to life when you practice mortuary law (“Finding Your Niche by Being Yourself” by Emily Ann de la Cruz);
  • Curating content and measuring your results when going after a niche audience (“Mastering Social Media Content for Niche Attorneys” by Annette Choti);
  • An uncommon practice setting that combines impactful work and flexible practice opportunities (“Special Education Law” by Tony Tai Nguyen);
  • How you are the raw material and have the energy needed to hew a natural resource law practice (“Natural Resource Law” by Pamela Garman);
  • Brewing, distilling, and bottling a high-spirited practice representing small, independent alcoholic beverage producers (“Alcohol Beverage Law” by John Szymankiewicz).

This is just a taste of the topics covered. Plus, as always, the issue has our regular slate of practice technology and practice management columns devoted to helping you improve your law firm.

Look for this issue in early April!

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Elí Salomón Contreras 

Published in GPSolo eReport, Volume 13, Number 8, March 2024 . © 2024 by the American Bar Association. Reproduced with permission. All rights reserved. This information or any portion thereof may not be copied or disseminated in any form or by any means or stored in an electronic database or retrieval system without the express written consent of the American Bar Association. The views expressed in this article are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the positions or policies of the American Bar Association or the Solo, Small Firm and General Practice Division.

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