Solo and Small Firm Section

The Solo and Small Firm Section is a community of practitioners who discuss and support each other with issues of mutual interest.

Section benefits include networking, quality educational courses, and the popular section listserv. The section also sponsors an annual conference.

Leadership

Peter Roldan

Peter Roldan

Emergent
Chair
seifert

Mark Seifert

Seifert Zuromski LLP
Vice Chair
kirsten-scott

Kirsten Scott

Renaker Hasselman Scott
Brittny Bottorff

Brittny Bottorff

Insight Counsel
Immediate Past Chair

Executive Committee

Chambord Benton-Hayes

Sanchez & Amador

Cari Cohorn

Cohorn Law

Don Davidson

Law Office of Donald S. Davidson

Katherine Dulany

Zarate Dulany Law

Rose-Ellen Fairgrieve

Fairgrieve Law Office

Mark Gabel

Gabel Law Firm

Laura Gibble

LFGF Law

Matthew Gluck

Gluck Daniel

Veronica Guinto

Fallon, Bixby & Cheng & Lee

Christopher Jaap

Ridgeline Law Office

John B. Lough

Scherer Smith & Kenny

Inga Miller

Miller Property Law

Luis Montes

Law Office of Luis M. Montes

Geoffrey Murry

Astra Legal

Mark Punzalan

Chan Punzalan

Saja Raoof

Saja Raoof

Dean Royer

Law Office of Dean Royer

Ryan Stahl

Scherer Smith & Kenny

Jessica Taran

Taran Law

John Unruh

Attorney at Law

Jason Wolford

Wolford Law Firm

Richard Zuromski

Seifert Zuromski LLP

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Barristers Solo and Small Firm Practice Section

 

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