Neil chats with Val Nowattnick about her company Paralegal Consultants, and how she’s helped provide litigation support and law office management services to attorneys, running everything in an efficient virtual space.
Neil chats with Pat Yevics, the director of law office management assistance for the Maryland State BAR Association. Pat offers some insight into programs that she works with that educate and inform hopeful solo practitioners, as well as the THREE THINGS every solo needs before starting their journey.
Neil chats with Lynette Whitfield about her journey as a solo practitioner and achieving her desired quality of life. We also hear about her use of traditional marketing, working in a virtual environment, and her appointment as the founding director of LEAP – the Law Entrepreneur for Access Program.
Neil chats with Nakia Gray about her solo practice, creative branding techniques, and how she’s managed her firm as a virtual business.
If you’d like to learn more about Nakia and her business, be sure to check out her personal website, as well as the website for her firm. You can also follow her on all social media outlets @NakiaGrayESQ.
Neil chats with Derek Coburn, author of "Networking Is Not Working," and founder of the exclusive group CADRE in the DC Metro area. Derek shares his expertise on networking, especially as it relates to the field of law.
Derek also recommends checking out "Essentialism" by Greg McKeown
Neil chats with Victor Medina about estate planning & elder law, growing his practice and branching out into financial services, and his event "MiloFest." Enjoy!