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Section Newsletter Articles on Hanging Out a Shingle

Five tips for new lawyers starting their own practice By Marie K. Sarantakis Young Lawyers Division, June 2017 Want to go out on your own? Consider these suggestions.
Birthing the baby: Making sure your baby grows up healthy By Letisha Luecking Orlet Law Office Management and Economics, Standing Committee on, February 2017 The author shares easy ways to grow your practice.
Birthing the baby: Let’s get technical By Letisha Luecking Orlet Law Office Management and Economics, Standing Committee on, October 2016 A few items to consider before opening your own shop.
Focusing on opening your own law practice By Dion U. Davi Law Office Management and Economics, Standing Committee on, May 2016 The author shares what he's learned through common sense and trial and error.
A young lawyer, thinking like a start-up business owner By Patrick G. King Young Lawyers Division, February 2011 Similar to a start-up business, a young lawyer must begin somewhere and start small. This article offers tips for cost-effective and practical ways a young lawyer can be seen and heard.
Law office management 101—Setting up your practice By Mary A. Corrigan Law Office Management and Economics, Standing Committee on, September 2006 As a business attorney, I routinely advise clients on a variety of issues related to the start-up of their businesses.
The making of a 21st century law firm By Laura Leckrone Law Office Management and Economics, Standing Committee on, October 2004 By implementing strategic management practices, firms can take hold of the changing market and better compete in today's economy.
So, You Want to Open Your Own Firm? One Attorney’s Tale From the Front By Christopher T. Hurley Young Lawyers Division, April 2002 Looking back, the only regret I have is not taking the leap sooner.

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