This morning, desperate to find a topic to write about, I stumbled upon the Solo in Colo blog. As you might expect, it’s a blog, which deals with solo practice, in Colorado. Great name though, right?
One of the more recent posts dealt with the issue of rural lawyering — a topic that has become increasingly intriguing, considering the glut of unemployed graduates and the dearth of legal services available in remote rural areas. Jeremy Hildebrand is a recent grad who made the leap from law school to rural practice, and seems to have no regrets.
Because we’re big admirers of the solo attorney, especially the Army veteran, jack-of-all-trades, rural, recent grad, solo attorney (he gets a lot of adjectives), we thought we’d brainstorm on tips, tech, and tools that could make his life (or yours, if you go rural) easier: