Leslie Stewart | The Nimble Business Model

Leslie Stewart | The Nimble Business Model

Leslie Stewart’s law firm business boomed when the foreclosure crisis hit its peak in Florida. But she knew the day would come when–like all crises, this one, too, would wind down, and at that point, she’d need a better business model. Sustainable...
Sarah Jacobs | From Adversary to Business Partner

Sarah Jacobs | From Adversary to Business Partner

When Sarah Jacobs first met her future business partner it wasn’t particularly love it first sight. In fact, they represented opposing parties in court. Soon, however, they found themselves spending hours together negotiating the case, and developed a respect...
Felicia Bunbury | The Unicorn Lawyer

Felicia Bunbury | The Unicorn Lawyer

Felicia Bunbury, founder of The FAB Law Firm, is selective about the clients she takes on. In fact, she rejects potential business all the time, she says, sometimes even “scaring away” unsuitable clients she knows won’t be a good fit for her firm....
Heather Keith | Learning to Let Go and Grow

Heather Keith | Learning to Let Go and Grow

These days, Heather Keith, founder of Keith Family Law, has a thriving practice with a growing support team. But her leap from solo to CEO wasn’t always a smooth transition. Heather shares the biggest fear she had to overcome when building the business beyond herself,...
Elizabeth Stephenson | New Law Firm, New Direction

Elizabeth Stephenson | New Law Firm, New Direction

As CEO of New Direction Family Law, Elizabeth Stephenson is passionate about helping families facing tough times come out the other end stronger and safer. Perhaps, it’s because she’s always been passionate about helping children and families, as far back...
Anila Rasul | When New Baby and Business Make Two

Anila Rasul | When New Baby and Business Make Two

Shortly after Anila Rasul chose to leave Big Law and go Solo, she also found out she was pregnant with her first child. “There was no turning back then,” she says. So, she embraced the challenge with gusto, which she says was the only way to go about it....