329. Running a Criminal Defense Practice as a Solo with Kirk Tarman

Today my guest is Kirk Tarman. Kirk is a criminal defense attorney in Southern California, and we have a great conversation about his journey. He’s spent the better part of nearly 25 years being a criminal defense attorney and a solo practitioner, occasionally with some staff members, but currently a true solo practitioner with some…

328. Relocating & Reinventing Your Life & Career with Elise Buie

This is a classic re-run of my episode with Elise Buie. Elise Buie had to evacuate and leave her life in New Orleans due to Hurricane Katrina, leading to a winding journey across the country that ultimately landed her in Seattle, Washington, where she now practices family law. She’s had to reinvent herself a number…

327. Being Different and Practicing Law with Humanity with A.J. Grossman III

Today my guest is A.J. Grossman, III. A.J. is the owner of a law firm in Orlando, Florida that specializes in and focuses exclusively on the area of family law. We trace his journey from law school to getting an LLM in dispute resolution to opening a practice with his wife (which presents its own…

326. How to Turn Your Firm Into a Brand with Mike Kim

This is a classic re-run of my episode with Mike Kim. Mike Kim is a brand strategist for business thought leaders, coaches, authors, and anyone who wants to create impact with their ideas and get their message heard. He’s given a TED Talk and been featured on PBS, CNN, Fox, and more. He’s also the…

325. Hiring, Onboarding, & Engaging Staff in a Small Law Firm with Molly McGrath

This is a classic re-run of my episode with Molly McGrath. Molly is the CEO and founder of Hiring & Empowering Solutions, a company that takes a very unique approach to answering two of the most critical questions that I hear most frequently from solo and small firm practitioners: How do I go about hiring…