Solo and Small Firm
The Practitioner Summer 2020, Volume 26, Issue 3
- Business Interruption Cases: Fighting For Insurance Coverage When It's Not Business As Usual
- Covid-19: the Road to Reopening for Businesses
- Editorial Committee
- Employment E-Discovery - It's Time to Learn It Plain and Simple!
- Executive Committee of the Solo and Small Firm Law Section 2019-2020
- How to Hire Your First Employee
- Letter From the Chair
- Letter From the Editor-In-Chief
- MCLE Article: the Buck Stops Here
- Table of Contents
- the Practitioner For Solo & Small Firms
- Law Firm Growth During an Uncertain Legal Climate, Part I: How to Ethically Use of Counsel Relationships
Law Firm Growth During an Uncertain Legal Climate, Part I: How to Ethically Use of Counsel Relationships1
By Erin Giglia & Laurie Rowen
Erin Giglia and Laurie Rowen are the co-owners/founders of Montage Legal Group, LLC, a freelance attorney company comprised of former prestigious law firm freelance lawyers who work on a project basis for law firms that need help with overflow and specialty areas of law.
Prior to founding Montage, Erin and Laurie both practiced litigation at Snell & Wilmer LLP in Orange County, California. Laurie and Erin have been featured in Forbes.com, the ABA Journal, and The Atlantic, and have received numerous honors in connection with their work with Montage. To contact Laurie and Erin with questions on freelance attorney ethics, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Law firm lawyers nationwide face the same daunting issueâtime, and the lack of it. Time is how lawyers earn a living, but time is our most finite resource. Billing hours, developing business, and growing a practice can be difficult (or impossible) to do simultaneously. Lawyers, like all people, also need time for life, family, and health. How can a law firm lawyer squeeze it all in when there are only so many hours in a day?