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May/June
2012
Volume XLV Number 3

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Features

Solo Practice

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D.I.Y. Business Entities for Solos (& Small Firms)
By Kimberly A. Kline and Jeffrey E. Letzkus

14

Cleaning Your Own House: How to Run and Organize a Solo Practice
By L. Jeanette Rice

22

Lawyers Can Be Employers, Too
By Adele L. Abrams and Justin M. Winter

28

Stress Less and Earn More: Necessary Steps to Profitable Billing and Effective Collection of Your Attorney’s Fees
By Mary Ellen Flynn

34

Be Your Own IT Gal or Guy
By Stuart Levine and Nicholas B. Proy

42

A Solo Practitioner’s Guide to the Use of Technology in the Courtroom: A View from the Bench
By The Honorable Lenore R. Gelfman, Darren Weiss and Carolyn Mech

48

Mistakes that Make Malpractice Messes
By Michelle Lore

54

Stress, Compassion Fatigue and Burnout: Occupational Hazards of Practicing Law
By Lisa Caplan

 

 

Departments


 
Whether lawyer may advertise that he “specializes” in certain areas of practice. Whether retired federal administrative law judge may use the designation “Retired U.S. Federal Administrative Law Judge” on letterhead. 60
 
Who Gets the Clients? 62
   

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