2020! What a year it has been! Our personal and professional lives got disturbed by the COVID-19 pandemic. All plans/goals/ resolutions were cancelled, then re-written, and then re-written again. Many of us lost family and friends to this deadly disease, and definitely all of us were affected by it in too many ways to list. Not to mention that social and political climate left people confused, angry, and more importantly hopeless.
I opened my private practice after graduating law school and passing the California bar exam. I made a conscious decision to go solo at the time, and I was going to make it work no matter what. With support of my husband and family, I plunged into the world of a solo practitioner. I learned and grew a lot since that time and would like to provide some advice about choosing to go and remain solo. The Practice of Law As a solo practitioner, you do not have a senior partner or a colleague next door...