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May 22, 2008

"Solo Transformation" - The Changing Landscape of Solo Practice

I'm very flattered to be featured with others in this cover story from the April/May Edition of  the Canadian Bar Association's National Magazine written by Susan Goldberg. 

The article "Solo Transformation" discusses the changing legal practice landscape for solo practitioners in Canada...but they might as well have been writing about the United States because all issues transcend borders.

Highlights:

  • Commoditization of Law
  • Technology and the solo practitioner
  • Blogging as the great equalizer
  • Niche versus generalized practice

Solos highlighted include Donna Seale and Brian Maude, both practitioners in Canada.

And there is so much more.  It really is a great read.

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Susan Goldberg

Thanks! You gave a great interview!

Carolyn Elefant

Very interesting - these trends seem universal; I've seen similar stories on UK practice. Nice story - and very insightful quotes that you gave.

Susan Cartier Liebel

Carolyn, your insight is always appreciated. Congratulations on your speaking gig at the First Los Angeles Solo and Small Firm Conference this June.

United we Stand.....

Susan, it is ALWAYS a pleasure working with you and I look forward to your next piece on Innovation in Law Schools. :-)

Donna Seale

Thanks for the mention, Susan. The perspective you were able to give added greatly to the article.

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