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.