Why I Like Practicing SoloJanuary 10, 2018
During the past eighteen months, I have discovered the many virtues of solo practice. Don’t get me wrong: Most private-sector attorneys want to be, and should be, part of a multi-lawyer firm or in-house legal department. In fact, I spent 42 years at what began as small Washington, D.C. firm, and through mergers and acquisitions, morphed into a global mega-firm. But with the benefit of four decades of litigation experience, advocacy skills, and loyal clients, I decided to depart BigLaw in September 2016 and open my own appellate litigation boutique. Read more here.