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 Chair
- 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 Editor-in-Chief
Letter From the Editor-in-Chief
By Joshua Bonnici
Joshua Bonnici is the managing attorney for Bonnici Law Group, APC, located in downtown San Diego, where he focuses primarily on personal injury cases and appealing state and federal disability denials. His accomplishments include winning SD Metro’s "40 Under 40" award, San Diego’s Best Litigation Firm by the San Diego UT, and was recently selected as a Rising Star by Super Lawyers. You can learn more about Josh and his practice at www. bonnicilawgroup.com.
As we dip into the Fall of 2021, I look forward to the change of the seasonsâalthough it’s not a large change down where I am in San Diego. Some changes I really enjoy, including cooler weather, baseball playoffs and football coinciding on TV, and pumpkin-flavored everything. While I can do without daylight savings time robbing me of daylight after work, I always look forward to the changes towards the end of the year.
Another change that is happening this fall, is that my term as editor-in-chief is coming to an end. I’m excited to hand it off to my colleague Ashod Mooradian, a legal ethics and State Bar defense attorney in Los Angeles County. We should all look forward to his fresh perspective on the publication as he puts his spin on the tone and tenor of The Practitioner for the upcoming year. Thank you for volunteering for this important position, Ashod!