The Boutique Lawyer Show: Knowing when to close your firm and go back to a bigger practice

The Boutique Lawyer Show: Knowing when to close your firm and go back to a bigger practice

12 May 2021 By Robyn Tongol
Daniel Rod

Both personally and professionally, Daniel Rod experienced success as a sole practitioner. However, there came a point where he realised he needed to pivot back to a larger firm. Here’s how and why he did it.

On this episode of The Boutique Lawyer Show, host Jerome Doraisamy is joined Coleman Greig associate and former principal of Rod Legal Advisory, Daniel Rod, to discuss his journey as a sole practitioner (especially during the age of coronavirus) and making the decision to take his clients to a mid-tier firm following deliberations about who he is and what he values most as a lawyer.

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The pair also talk about the wellness considerations that go into making such a vocational pivot, the practical steps to take in determining the best path forward, and why Mr Rod is so happy with the decisions he has made.

  

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