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What's in a name for "solos"?

Carolyn Elefant ponders a question from The Greatest American Lawyer:  "What should we call practitioners who are not in a partnership-based law firm, if not solo practitioners?" Elefant gently disagrees with his premise that "solo" has negative connotations but her readers have a much stronger response.

Reader Dave writes, "Do what you want and who cares what anyone else thinks?? In the corporate world, solo might not have as good of a connotation, but if he's happy and his client's happy, who cares?"

What do you think and what do you call yourself? Elefant's open to comments here.

 

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