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Small Firm Lawyers Can Represent Big Business ̶ Here’s How

By Jim Calloway

Oklahoma City attorney Mark A. Robertson defies the stereotype. He heads a small law firm doing securities work and representing both large and small businesses. In his feature for the ABA’s Law Practice Today, Advising the Business Client, he provides a thorough review of how lawyers can build a clientele of business clients. It is a worthy read.

Mr. Robertson’s article is contained in the February issue of Law Practice Today. The issue is the Solo and Small Firm theme issue and there are several other features of interest, including one by me adopted from an Oklahoma Bar Journal column.  This ABA e-publication is not behind a member’s only paywall.