Hanging Your Shingle: Starting and Operating a Solo or Small Firm Practice

October 30, 2020 Published Works
Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education (MCLE)

Benjamin Shwartz co-authored the Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education (MCLE)'s 2018 publication entitled Hanging Your Shingle: Starting and Operating a Solo or Small Firm Practice, Chapter 15 – Exit Planning (1st ed. 2018; 2nd ed. 2020). The MCLE describes the publications as a "comprehensive, engaging, and practical guide to the many challenges of law practice management. With concrete examples, perspectives from experienced solo and small firm practitioners, and expert ethics commentary, this publication is an indispensable resource for any lawyer contemplating, starting, or seeking to improve a solo or small firm practice."

Learn more about this publication or order online via the Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education website.

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