Perhaps you graduated from law school several years ago and now have decided you want to go out on your own. Or you’ve gotten to the point where you’re overwhelmed with all the things you have on your plate. You want to expand, but can’t even get the time to think about it.
When you started, you were excited about being on your own, but all of a sudden you had to think about the business of running a practice. You realized very quickly that law school had taught you the law, but you felt unprepared to run a business.
You learned case law and how to make an argument in law school, but they didn’t teach all the things that keep businesses in business.