Alumnus Lee Vernon Featured in Podcast: Educating a New Generation of Solo Attorneys
July 23, 2018
Thomas Jefferson School of Law alumnus Lee Vernon, who began practicing law in January 2015, references Thomas Jefferson School of Law’s Center for Solo Practitioners during an interview on a podcast hosted by Unbundled Attorney. Lee Vernon also gives credit to the director of the incubator program, Professor Lilys McCoy.
“One of the benefits to the program was I was able to have a very seasoned civil litigation attorney, who is also a law professor, mentor me and some of my cohorts in the solo practice incubator program. That really allowed me to start off and even take some cases that I may not have been able to take in the beginning because I quite frankly wouldn’t have had even the resources to do so.”
The entire podcast episode can be found here: The Exciting Future of Legal Incubators and a Practical Overview of the Business Model of Unbundling.
For more information about the Thomas Jefferson School of Law Center for Solo Practitioners, click here.