Ep. 172 – How This Podcast Helped a Solo Practitioner Build Their Firm – with Rick Piereck

Rick Piereck has quite a few interesting tidbits on his resume: he was in the Army before law school, worked in a few Maryland state attorney offices as a prosecutor, and claims to have listened to every episode of The Law Entrepreneur before opening his own practice.

 

Rick says he used the insights from our wonderful guests over the past 171 episodes as a roadmap to creating his law firm, and I was really interested in hearing about the choices he made based on what he heard and what his practice looks like now. I know that his insights will, in turn, help more aspiring solo attorneys down the road.

 

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