Saman Saba graduated from the University of Baltimore School of Law in 2014 and soon felt the impact of the economy. While she landed a job with a real estate law firm, she was laid off after less than six months because there was not enough work for her. A solo practitioner she then worked for encouraged her to start her own firm. Saba is not alone, as more and more young attorneys have turned to “hanging their own shingle.”
In this article by The Daily Record’s Legal Affairs Write, Heather Cobun, Director Steve Manekin, Chair of Ellin & Tucker’s Law Firm Services Group shares his thoughts on helping attorneys understand the ramifications of starting their own practice, both personally and financially.
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