Solo and Small Firm
The Practitioner Spring 2017, Volume 23, Issue 2
- Coach's Corner: Target Markets: If You Are Practicing Without One, You Are lost in the Sahara Without a Gps!
- Executive Committee of the Solo and Small Firm Law Section 2016-2017
- Fake News, Fake Accounts, and Other Scams
- Interview with Kelly Lake, Executive Director of Continuing Education of the Bar (Ceb)
- Letter From the Chair
- Making Mass Torts Cases a Valuable Addition to Your Solo or Small Firm
- MCLE Article: New California Employment-Related Rules, Again!
- Table of Contents
- Ten Things an In-House Counsel Looks for in Selecting and Working with Outside Counsel
- the Practitioner For Solo & Small Firms
- Tips on Handling a Bicycle Accident Case ̶ From a Bike Lawyer
- You Need to Be in the Know: Probate, Intestacy, Wills, and Trusts
- Letter From the Editor
Letter From the Editor
By Jeremy M. Evans
Jeremy M. Evans is the Managing Attorney at California Sports Lawyer®, representing sports and entertainment professionals and businesses in contract drafting, negotiations, licensing, and career growth. He is the Director of the Center for Sports Law & Policy at Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego, California. Evans is an award-winning attorney and community leader. He can be reached at Jeremy@CSLlegal.com or via his website: www.CSLlegal.com.
We hope that you enjoyed our first issue of the publication in 2017, the first issue under the PRACTITIONER name, and this editor’s first issue at the helm. Speaking of being at the helm, any good leader will tell you that leadership and service are the sum of many parts and therefore the strength of the team. In our case, it is the authors, editors, State Bar of California Sections staff, our publisher Sublime Designs Media, and our readers who make a great publication. Accordingly, thank you for contributing and engaging in the discussion, education, and information giving with fellow attorneys and the community.
In this issue, we have provided for you a wide variety of articles and two interviews, which we hope will be educational and useful. As always, the PRACTITIONER strives to bring different perspectives from its authors, including topics, perceptions, areas of the practice, trade, skill, industry, and size of practice (notwithstanding our title: "Solo and Small Firm Section"). In this light, it is important to us that the publication meets you where you are as a practitioner, regardless of your position, interests, area of practice, whether in solo practice, with a small firm, other size law firm, company, or as a government attorney.