Are you interested in learning how to start your own solo practice? Your driving fear may be "I'm not going to have any clients." When a lawyer sets out on their own, the fear of having no clients is real. "If you build it, they will come," does not necessarily work in law practice. But Davis Nguyen has some ideas on what three things every law practice needs to bring in those initial clients. Then, once your solo firm is growing at a healthy pace, at some point your workload will exceed your capacity as a solo. Davis shares with us strategies for scaling once that point is reached.
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