In this episode of New Solo, Adriana Linares interviews David Sparks about why he decided to go solo, the first actions he took, and struggles he encountered during the process. Sparks’ first steps involved evaluating the potential costs of research, insurance, malpractice, and other legal necessities, and comparing it to an assumed client income. He talks about being a lawyer who uses Apple products and how he chose, or didn’t choose, products like Ruby Receptionists, Clio, Rocket Matter, and Omnifocus. Sparks discusses the importance of marketing his new solo practice and how setting up the business and accounting aspects took longer than he thought it would. If you are considering starting a solo practice, this podcast is a good place to start. Special thanks to our sponsor, Solo Practice University.
Adriana LinaresI'm a legal technology consultant and trainer. I serve as a technology consultant to the Florida Bar; am the Chair of the ABA TECHSHOW 2017, and serve on the board of the Florida Justice Technology Center. I also host both the New Solo podcast and The Florida Bar Podcast on Legal Talk Network.
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