By Laurie Rowen Thirteen years ago, after my first daughter Brooke was born, I gave notice that I was leaving my associate attorney position at Snell & Wilmer to work from … [Read more...] about From Alternative to Mainstream: Laurie Rowen Looks Back On How Freelance Lawyering Has Changed Over the Past Decade
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"Time is our most finite resource. There's only so much of it. That's how lawyers make money. The only way to earn more money is to somehow create time. And you can't do that … [Read more...] about “Creating” Time and Finding Work-Life Balance: Montage Legal Group featured on Gravity Legal Podcast
A recent Forbes article by Jon Younger highlights what he calls the “freelance revolution” and cites Montage Legal Group as a freelance legal talent platform that has emerged and … [Read more...] about Forbes States “Lawyers Join the Freelance Revolution”: But What Really Is a Freelance Lawyer?
By Laurie Rowen We were so excited to see three of Montage Legal Group’s freelance attorneys – Mara Brandes, Jessica Coffin and Michelle Camp – featured in a Law360 article … [Read more...] about Why Attorneys Are Walking Away From BigLaw To Freelance – Featured in Law360
Montage freelance lawyer, Bridget Gramme, is the Administrative Director of the Center for Public Interest Law and Adjunct Professor at USD School of Law, and an attorney member of … [Read more...] about Montage Freelancer and ATILS Task Force member, Bridget Gramme, to Speak on CA State Bar Proposed Changes