Some lawyers say they barely have enough time to meet their professional and personal obligations, and that new business would put them further behind.  Other lawyers fear that new business would rob them of the flexibility to pursue a schedule and pace that they control and prize as solos.  These lawyers  believe that setting limits on how much they could do and want to do is the best way to conduct their practices. Is there an option that may allow both flexibility and increased revenue?

For more on this subject, see today’s edition of Lawyers Weekly Massachusetts, Coach’s Column.