Blazing Your Own Trail in Law – a Q&A – April 14, 2020

, Blazing Your Own Trail in Law – a Q&A – April 14, 2020

While Big Law firms are the most well-known brands in the legal industry, the vast majority of attorneys in private practice (over 60% of them) work in small firms with ten or fewer attorneys. Close to half of all private legal practitioners choose a solo practice as their career and lifestyle.

The day-to-day experiences of these attorneys can vary significantly by practice area. Many find it much more challenging to network with industry peers outside the Big Law structure. In trying times like these, it is even more important for small firm legal professionals to find community and support each other as they continue to work and grow their practices.

Whether you’re currently at a small firm or thinking of striking out on your own, getting advice and guidance from industry insiders is crucial to succeeding in a career path with no set roadmap.

We’re happy to feature Daliah Saper, Founder and Principal at Saper Law, as host for a Fishbowl Q&A on blazing your own trail in the legal field.

You can access the Q&A here:

A pioneering social media, entertainment, and tech attorney, Daliah Saper is nationally recognized for drafting and negotiating complex contracts, helping brands protect their trademarks and copyrights online, and litigating cutting-edge cases involving anonymous online defamation, revenge porn, sexting, cyberbullying, and other emerging Internet Law issues.

Daliah made international headlines when she represented a “catfishing” victim before the Illinois Supreme Court. In addition to managing Saper Law for the last 15 years, Daliah has served as an Adjunct Professor of Entertainment and Internet Law at Loyola University Chicago School of Law for the last 10 years.

Daliah is a commentator for national news networks and a frequent speaker, panelist and instructor for businesses and institutions around the world. Law Bulletin Publishing Company named Daliah one of its “40 Attorneys Under 40″- an incredibly competitive list of accomplished attorneys compiled from thousands of highly qualified nominations.

She has been named a Rising Star 11 years in a row by Super Lawyers Magazine. Most recently, Crain’s named Daliah to its list of the “60 Most Influential Women Lawyers.”

Read more about Daliah and the various awards and accolades she has received here:

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