Solo and Small Firm
The Practitioner Winter 2020, Volume 26, Issue 1
- Executive Committee of the Solo and Small Firm Law Section 2019-2020
- In the Wake of Dynamex, Ab5 Cleared the Path for Freelance Lawyers
- Legal Persuasion in Distinction & Differentiation
- Letter From the Chair
- Letter from the Editor-In-Chief
- MCLE Article: What to Do If an Attorney Becomes Incapacitated or Dies?
- Memoriam for Philip Shapiro
- Table of Contents
- The Legal Ramifications of Interpreting and Translating
- The Personal Touch Sets You Apart, Is Your Most Cost-Effective Marketing, and Provides Occasional Hugs
- the Practitioner For Solo & Small Firms
- The Role of "You" in Your Law Practice
- Three Magic Ingredients That Make an Effective Solo Attorney
Three Magic Ingredients That Make an Effective Solo Attorney
By Yasmine Djawadian
Yasmine Djawadian is the Founder of Law Offices of Yasmine Djawadian APC. Ms. Djawadian is an award-winning attorney representing personal injury victims in San Diego, CA. To date, she has recovered over $45 Million in settlements or verdicts for her valued clients. Ms. Djawadian can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or by visiting her website, www.ydinjurylaw.com.
What is unique about being a solo practitioner is that we are essentially legal jugglers who wear multiple hats at any given time. Through our hard work, efforts, and ambitions, we have been blessed with the opportunity to help people in significant and life-changing ways. Given the multitude of hats we wear, as well as the ampleness of competition, we need to ask ourselves the following: how do we distinguish ourselves from the rest? The secret lies in the magic ingredients that add flavor to the many hats we wear.