Scott Limmer

There are many advantages to flying solo – complete autonomy with respect to your practice, enjoying all the results of the fruits of your labor, and having more flexibility in your work/life balance. But with a solo practice can come a feeling of isolation that can be detrimental to your business and personal life. It can also place a lot of pressure on you when things slow down in the practice.  You have no one to bounce ideas off of or to offer insight on how to turn things around. This episode recognizes these difficulties and offers some solutions on how you can avoid that isolation and feel more connected to the legal community around you.  Sharing office space, forging relationships with other solos, and using networking opportunities are among the areas discussed by Scott and Oscar as they talk about this common experience facing solo practitioners.

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