“Starting a law firm is not for the faint of heart. Doing it right out of law school is downright insane (at least that’s what the naysayers would have you believe). But I did it in a difficult economy with a delayed fee structure (contingency fees) and my practice is thriving. If you want to start your own firm, you can do it —and I’m going to tell you how.”
Directly after graduating from law school, attorney Branigan Robertson struck out on his own. With no formal business experience and possessing little more than a JD and an entrepreneurial spirit, he was able to start a thriving firm.
Drawing on his own experiences, Branigan will explain in seven simple steps how you can start your own firm —even if you have mountains of debt, a growing family, a low GPA, or a dwindling bank account. Get your copy and start planning for your own firm today!