Event Title

Solo Practice: What You Need to Know Before You Consider Hanging a Shingle

Location

Room B, Hirch Hall

Start Date

3-3-2012 1:30 PM

End Date

3-3-2012 3:00 PM

Description

In rural and urban communities alike, solo practitioners meet demand for services such as probate, divorce, immigration; their connections to the community can serve a very significant public interest role. But new solo practitioners face legal and financial liabilities in hanging their shingle, and undertaking such a role proves much more complex than hanging a shingle (or in this day and age, launching a website).

A panel of new and experiences solo practitioners will discuss stumbling blocks they have encountered and reflect on knowledge and experience necessary for going solo.

 
Mar 3rd, 1:30 PM Mar 3rd, 3:00 PM

Solo Practice: What You Need to Know Before You Consider Hanging a Shingle

Room B, Hirch Hall

In rural and urban communities alike, solo practitioners meet demand for services such as probate, divorce, immigration; their connections to the community can serve a very significant public interest role. But new solo practitioners face legal and financial liabilities in hanging their shingle, and undertaking such a role proves much more complex than hanging a shingle (or in this day and age, launching a website).

A panel of new and experiences solo practitioners will discuss stumbling blocks they have encountered and reflect on knowledge and experience necessary for going solo.