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March 23, 2016

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John

I graduated from law school in 1977 with the idea of working as a solo practitioner. "Perry Mason" was my model. Unlike Futurelawyer, I was never able to achieve my goal because I did not have the courage to give up the security of the weekly paycheck.

I am writing this comment for younger lawyers. Don't let this happen to you. It is much easier to go solo now than it was in 1977. With technology and the internet, you can keep your overhead extremely low and, therefore, make a living with fewer clients. You will be "old" before you know it and you will regret not taking the road less traveled.

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