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August 31, 2007


Susan Cartier Liebel


In the Demographic and Economic Trends category Build A Solo Practice has been discussing this for some time while encouraging those who don't know what practice areas to get into to consider bankrutpcy, foreclosures and creditor's rights. It is important to always consider the economy when determining practice areas.


Thanks, Susan! I agree that it is always a good idea to do your research and understand the economic realities of a particular practice area and I would add, the lifestyle consequences as well.

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