Young attorneys face big decisions when they leave law school. Should I start my own practice? Should I join a firm? What will I specialize in?
Even if they’re just starting out, young lawyers can have a big impact in the legal field. Their fresh ideas and willingness to try new things can give them a distinct advantage over their more seasoned colleagues.
Danny Mazza and Bri Niro, partners in the firm Mazza + Niro, are experiencing rapid growth. Danny and Bri officially became partners just in the past year, but they have a fantastic rapport–each having unique, complementary skills.
In this episode of Great Practice, Great Life, you’ll hear Danny and Bri share how they met, why Bri decided to join Danny in a partnership, and how they’ve used what they’ve learned from Atticus to propel their practice forward.
In this episode, you will hear:
- Danny Mazza’s background and how he decided to specialize in probate law after losing his parents 43 days apart
- How Bri Niro met Danny and why they decided to become law partners
- Why Bri decided from a young age what kind of career she wanted and how practicing law became her goal
- How Bri and Danny grew their practice before they joined the Atticus community
- Why Danny went into practice for himself instead of joining a firm and how he leveraged his outgoing personality to build a referral business
- Bri’s approach to getting business in the door using referrals to other professionals
- How they became involved with Atticus and how it helped them experience tremendous growth with calendar blocking
- What Bri and Danny have learned about owning their own business
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