Ali Katz

Ali Katz graduated first in her class from Georgetown University Law Center in 1999, as a John M. Olin Law and Economics Fellow, under her former name, Alexis Martin Neely. After a clerkship on the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals, Ali became an Associate at Munger, Tolles & Olson, one of the country’s top law firms. Ali went on to start her own law practice and write the bestselling book on legal planning for families, Wear Clean Underwear. Ali has appeared on Good Morning America, the Today Show, and radio and television across the country. Over the past decade, Ali’s New Law Business Model has transformed the lives and law practices of thousands of lawyers, and the families and business owners they serve.

Paper cut outs of 3 people givng a high five, signifying connection in how to be a better lawyer.

How to Be a Better Lawyer: 5 Uncommon Ways to Successfully Connect with Prospects

Here’s a fact: Clients come to you because they’re in discomfort, and they want your help in relieving that discomfort. In learning to meditate, teachers will first instruct students to “take their seats.” This instruction has more meaning in it than just the words directing one to sit down. It means to settle into a …

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Todd Jarvis, estate planning lawyer, with his wife and seven children.

Case Study: Leaving a Firm to Become a Solo Successful Lawyer With 7 Kids at Home

Todd Jarvis is a father of seven (yes… you read that right… seven) and has been practicing law in Arizona since 2012. After six years working in a small firm – handling everything from bankruptcy to real estate, to litigation, to business – Todd was done spreading his energy across practice areas, working long hours, …

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