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« BITTER LAWYER - Do Grades Matter? | Main | SoloSez.net - ABA's Solo Center »

December 16, 2008


Cordina Charvis

If you are worried about going solo because of the overhead costs you may want to consider using a virtual paralegal. Using a virtual paralegal is an economical way to keep your legal budget under control.


I'm in law school, and I love what I'm learning. However, I'm terrified of being some workaholic zombie at a big firm who never sees his family. Are there any other resources to look to for info on solo practice? My doesn't really offer any, and I suspect its because they don't want their job placement statistics to take a hit.

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