It’s important to remember that when you run a law firm, you are running a business. You have to be on your toes. Managing all the responsibilities is a little like juggling meat cleavers at times. Jason Rogers knows this too well. He was recently recognized by his alma mater for his accomplishments as an entrepreneur.
Jason writes, “Being an entrepreneur has been a very rewarding experience, albeit scary at times. Navigating regulations for both small business and the legal industry is a challenge.” Indeed.
More than ever, firms need to be more than advocates for their clients. Read more in Jason’s article published on the McCombs School of Business Entrepreneur Section.