Solo and Small Firm
The Practitioner Fall 2021, Volume 27, Issue 3
- Executive Committee of the Solo and Small Firm Law Section 2020-2021
- Jury Trials in a Post-COVID World
- Letter From the Editor-in-Chief
- MCLE Article: Don't Be Tempted by the Fruit of the Alternative Payment App Tree!
- Table of Contents
- The Future of the Virtual Courthouse
- The Once and Future Office Market: A Tale of Complexity and Change for Lawyers
- Letter From the Chair
Letter From the Chair
By Sabrina L. Green
Sabrina L. Green is a managing partner of Stratton & Green, ALC and focuses on labor & employment, complex business litigation. Besides being the Chair of the California Lawyers Association Solo and Small Firm executive committee, member of the CLA Board of Representatives, she is the Attorney Coordinator for the Thomas Jefferson School of Law Employee Rights Public Clinic, member of the executive committee for the Thomas Jefferson Alumni Board of Directors, Vice President of Executive Women’s Council and a member of the Board of Directors of the Hong Kong Business Association of Southern California, San Diego. Sabrina can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
It is officially here, the end of my term as Chair for the Solo and Small Firm Section. To say my last two years as Chair were "unique" would not begin to cover it! What started out at the end of 2019 as a typical year quickly turned into a complete lockdown for my first term and a slow emergence into some sense of normality for my second term.
Through it all, I cannot express my gratitude and sure pride enough for my fellow executive committee members who not only persevered through these extraordinary circumstances but ensured that our section was publishing content, webinars and programming that served and supported our members. The SSF section also managed to publish its own book, Opening and Managing a Law Office: Go Solo, Win Clients, and Be Your Own Boss. Not only did our Excom members continue with their regular committee work, but many took on additional advocacy roles by joining CLA’s Project 2021, the Racial Justice Committee and pro bono projects within their communities.