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We aren't the type to sit on our hands even when things are going well. We are always looking for ways to improve our business model, or in this case, our image.
We are wildly excited to announce that Ad Hoc has its own malpractice insurance policy. We know it is a bit odd to be excited about the privilege of paying an additional business expense, but to us it means we’re legit. Because frankly, if an (awesome!) insurer will cover us for professional services, we must be doing something right.
(10) RESEARCH PLATFORM. Whether Lexis Advance, Westlaw, Casemaker, Fastcase, RECAP, or Google Scholar, you should know where your researcher will be wading through the thicket. But don’t stop there; find out what kind of access she has. Not all plans are created equal!
Laura King attended the WSBA Annual Solo and Small Firm Conference in Lynnwood, WA for the first time in July. The two-day conference covered an array of topics on the how-tos of building a thriving law practice in the modern era.
Co-founders Brittany Dowd and Laura King are both spouses of active duty military members, a demographic that comprises less than one percent of practicing attorneys in the United States. They met while studying for the bar exam and subsequently clerked together in Division III of the Washington State Court of Appeals.