Ep. 188 – How to Start & Grow a Virtual Law Firm – with Sam Mollaei

Sam Mollaei started off as an employment lawyer. Then he read The 4-Hour Workweek and realized there was another way to leverage his expertise. He created a virtual law firm which has been so successful it has generated over 1000 Google reviews and made him the first lawyer to be a member of the ClickFunnels…

Ep. 187 – How to Get Paid What You’re Worth & On Time as a Solo or Small Firm Attorney – with Marco Brown

Marco Brown is a frequent lecturer on the process of getting paid as attorneys — and, as I’m sure most of you know all too well, getting paid on a timely basis and paid the full value of your services is a huge problem for solo and small firm practitioners. We also discuss Marco’s transition…

Ep. 186 – Starting a New Solo Practice – with Denise Blake

Denise Blake is a brand new solo attorney, and in this episode, my goal is to capture the mindset of a new solo in today’s marketplace, how starting a practice today is different from even just a few years ago, and what she’s trying to accomplish with her practice.   Resources: Learn more at www.blakelawllc.com…

Ep. 185 – The Road From Firm to Solo Practitioner – with Matthew Trollinger

Matthew Trollinger is a solo practitioner attorney specializing in personal injury and workman’s compensation down in southern Maryland.   Today, we talk about his experience coming from a larger personal injury firm and creating his solo practice, how he went about that process, and all the trials and tribulations that went along with that.  …

Ep. 184 – Carving Your Niche: Wineries, Vineyards, & Female Empowerment – with Elizabeth Hill

Elizabeth Hill is a Texas attorney and an avid entrepreneur, both owning her own practice and co-owning the Burklee HIll Vineyard with her husband. Her practice deals primarily with commercial litigation, but with a robust and substantial variety of legal services for wineries and vineyards.   So, today, we’re going to learn about how Elizabeth…