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Solo, Small Firm, and Low Bono Incubator Practice Resources: Home

Introduction

Venturing forth into a solo legal practice or starting a small law firm is a significant undertaking. Aside from being well versed in the law, the new solo or small firm attorney must also be a master of all other aspects of running a small business. This guide gathers resources that can assist attorneys with issues such as creating a business plan, deciding on office location and space needs, technology investments, management of employees and finances, research resources and ethics considerations.

Table of Contents - Solo and Small Firm Practice Resources

Starting a Solo Practice or Small Firm

  • Print Resources about Solo Practice & Small Firms
  • Electronic Resources for Starting a Solo Practice or Small Firm

Law Office Management and Practice

  • Print Resources on Law Office Management and Practice
  • Electronic Resources for Law Office Management and Practice

Business Development & Marketing

  • Marketing and Advertising for the Solo and Small Law Firm
  • Expenses for Solo Practice and the Small Law Firm
  • Associations and Organizations for Solo Practice and the Small Firm

Free & Low Cost Online Research

  • Resources from Local Law Libraries
  • Free Web Resources

Databases at the Law Library

  • Databases Available in the Library (No Remote Access)

Legal Forms

  • Legal Forms in the Library
  • Washington Forms
  • Washington State Bar Association Resources
  • Commercial Legal Forms