There is a cool, niche area for which a handful of attorneys are qualified: appellate law and litigation consulting. As The Modern Firm has learned recently from a couple new clients, this burgeoning niche practice is a great way to establish a flexible, solo career after years of work with the courts or larger law firms. And, in this era of scaling down and streamlining law firms, on-demand appellate assistance and trial support has never been more sought-after.
Huge congrats on the website launch for such a practice in New Mexico for Albuquerque attorney Arne Leonard. After 20+ years of work for New Mexico state and federal courts, the New Mexico courts' Disciplinary Board, and a private law firm, Arne went solo to benefit private clients with his decades of experience. In addition to handling or collaborating on appeals and trial preparation/support, he also advises on professional ethics matters and handles special projects that call for his expertise.
Arne's new website outlines his services and allows for easy access to his Clio Connect client portal. His largely virtual law practice allows clients to share documents, calendar events, pay bills, and send secure messages online.
The site creates a great balance between answering potential clients' threshold questions about Arne's services and encouraging readers to get in touch about specifics: because Arne's work is uniquely tailored for each case or project, a conversation is critical to begin any new client relationship. And, if you're wondering what kind of a name “Arne” is, he answers that too!
The full website may be viewed here: www.arnelaw.com
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Based in Albuquerque, Arne Leonard handles New Mexico state and federal litigation and appeals.
Arne R. Leonard
P.O. Box 7885
Albuquerque, NM 87194
Phone: (505) 362-6097
Experienced attorneys: what's the niche practice you've established in order to gain the lifestyle benefits of an independent practice in the second half of your career? And how can we help?