Originally published in the August 3, 2012 issue of SmallLaw: Life in prison? More like death in prison. Welcome to another installment of "A Lawyer's Life," our ongoing series in SmallLaw in which Gadsden, Alabama lawyer Clark Stewart reflects on ups and downs of his solo practice. In this installment, Clark discusses the downsides of sharing office space with other lawyers, an uplifting story involving his church that brought him a client, and how he helped a client avoid death in prison — plus a review of Notability for voice-tagged note-taking on the iPad. Also, don't miss the SmallLaw Pick of the Week for Lee Rosen's advice on which type of online marketing works best for small law firms.
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