Flying solo: a survival guide for the solo lawyer
American Bar Association, Section of Law Practice Management, 1994 - Law - 330 pages
This text examines the problems and issues unique to the solo practitioner.
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Considerations in Leaving an Existing Practice to Become a Solo
The Solo as General Practitioner
PartTime HomeBased Solo Law Practice
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