Simple, Not Easy
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Simple, Not Easy

Last Mover Advantage

Starting a new law firm is exciting. An obvious perk is freedom from the 9 to 5 but the real benefit is the opportunity to build something out of nothing. To create a service that people want but don’t yet have.

Antiquated notions are laying siege on the legal profession’s attempts to enter the twenty-first century. Are litigators like Lionel Hutz or Harvey Spectre? Are legal fees commensurate with the results? Are Big Law…

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Jennifer Chan

Jennifer Chan

Productivity, craftsmanship, and the pursuit of excellence at work. Writing now at jennifertchan.substack.com.

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