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Striking Out (on My Own): The Unexpected Challenges of Starting a Law Firm

By Dominique R. Scalia

Even before leaving my first career to become an attorney, I never pictured myself starting a business. During law school I was advised that if I could get a job working at one of the larger downtown firms, I should take that job and know that I had “made it.” That is what I did, and it was good advice. Working at that firm, I had the most colleagues I have ever had, the most bosses I have ever had, and, most importantly, I learned more than I ever had at any job. That is, until I left it.

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