From BigLaw To Your Own Firm: 4 Tips For Legal Startups

Law360, New York (August 23, 2016, 11:10 AM EDT) -- Starting any business from the ground up requires a combination of courage, drive, self-confidence and vision — supported by sound analysis and planning — and more than a little luck. However, highly successful attorneys who are thinking about leaving the safe haven of a large law firm to go out on their own face a number of issues that are specific to the legal profession. Being prepared for these issues will help to ensure that the newly minted lawyer/entrepreneur will be as successful at the business of law as they have been in the practice of law.

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