If you haven’t heard of business attorney Aiden Kramer yet, you will.
She is based in Denver, Colorado but serves clients throughout the state (and those outside the state on federal matters) with her virtual law practice.
And she is a YouTube sensation with her “All Up in Yo’ Business” videos where she breaks down complicated legal issues that everyone can understand.
For a sample, check out this video about entity organization that she makes both educational and entertaining:
In our interview, Aiden shares what she has learned from starting her own practice and how video helps educate and attract potential clients.
Q. Why did you make the leap to start your own law firm?
I always knew I would go solo at some point in my career, but I certainly never expected it to happen right out of law school. I was interning with a local attorney during my 3L year and towards the end of the year my boss made various statements here and there about wanting to hire me after I passed the bar exam. Well, the bar exam came and went, I was sworn in and licensed, and it turned out that my boss just didn’t have enough work to justify hiring me. I had somewhat relied on that and hadn’t applied for many other positions and had no other prospects, so I figured what better time than now to take the plunge and try to go it alone. Read more