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Make it Your Own Law Firm. Book Reviews – Part 1

Intimately Honest

By Sharon V. Palmer
July 1, 2012

This book was engaging mainly because it humanized the lawyer’s experience in an intimately honest way.It was deeply autobiographical while providing self-help inspiration for not just law students contemplating the solo journey, but seasoned attorneys in need of self-reflection. I was pleasantly surprised because I have read other similar books that take the lawyer’s personal journey out of the book causing the book to become a compilation of contributing marketers’ generic do’s and don’t’s. Other similar books sort of pat you on the back and say, “Yes, everyone can go do this.” Spencer, on the other hand, advises you to even take a job if offered because someone else is paying you while training you. Additionally, he points out that the journey is not about getting rich since the reality is that you can go broke but rise again especially if your true purpose is to really advocate for the people. Good reading!


Make It Your Own Law Firm is a hands on book that should prove invaluable to students interested in branching out to start their own practice

By: Joseph H. Rosen Adjunct Professor John Marshall Law School
November 7, 2011

See review here.


If you’re serious about making it on your own, do yourself a favor and read this book…

By: AKL005
September 28, 2011

See review here.


A Valuable Tool

By: Leslie Snyder
August 13, 2011

As fate would have it I bought your book last night at Books and Books in Coral Gables, not noticing until I began to read that I recognize your name as a local attorney. I have practiced immigration law I Miami since 1988, and as a sole practitioner since 1991, I have the utmost praise and admiration for your honesty and transparency. This is a valuable tool not only for students, but also for those of us who have been practicing for some time.

I plan to recommend this book to everyone.


Excellent book

By: Jorge Costarangos G.
July 11, 2011

See review here.

Learn The Business Of Side Of Being A Lawyer

By: Don Wilson
July 9, 2011

See review here.


Going Solo or Not, This is a MUST READ!

By: Annonymous
June 23, 2011

See review here.


Great book!

By: Jonathan
June 23, 2011

See review here.


Must Read If Starting Your Own Law Firm

By: E. Sulzberger “Tennis Guy”
June 14, 2011

See review here.


Excellent book

By: lawyernsuch
May 19, 2011

See review here.


Valuable How-to for Starting a Firm

By: Jorge Lazaro Diaz “CareerJockey.org”
May 16, 2011
Miami, FL USA

See review here.


The Law of “How May I serve?”

By: Samy Chong
May 14, 2011

See original review here.


A must read for all law students!

By: Domenick Lazzara “Big Dom”
May 12, 2011 – Miami

See original review here.


Must Buy

By: Cferrin
May 11, 2011

See review here.


What they don’t teach in law school, Aronfeld teaches here

By: Tom
May 9, 2011

See review here.


Make It Your Own Law Firm

By: Caitlin Roll
May 4, 2011 – Orlando, FL, USA

See review here.


Great book

By: Richard
April 29, 2011

See review here.


Must Read for New Lawyer

By: kjb
April 29, 2011

See review here.


Must buy!!

By K. Boyle “KB”
April 27, 2011 – Miami

See review here.


Review by Frank Ramos, Esquire

By: Frank Ramos, Esquire Partner
April 21, 2011

See review here.


A Timely Book for Law Students and Lawyers

By: Shezad Malik
April 9, 2011

See review here.


A must read for any solo attorney

By: J. Bello
April 5, 2011

See review here.


Highly Recommended: New Lawyers/Law Students

By: LValdJD
April 5, 2011

See review here.


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