SoloNet has become a trusted online network for sole and small practitioners to share professional knowledge, ideas and experience.
How do lawyers use SoloNet?
- To share practice advice, fraud tips, risk assessment advice, etc.
- To discuss experiences, problems, ideas, etc. with lawyers in similar practice settings
- As a resource for law-related professional referrals.
If you are practicing on your own, in a smaller firm anywhere in Alberta, or are a student completing your articles with a small firm or sole practitioner, please complete the registration request.
SoloNet started as a pilot project in 2011, with an original goal of 100 registered members. Five years and almost 500 registered members later, we consider SoloNet one of our most successful projects targeted to sole or small firm practitioners in Alberta. With an expanding user base and hundreds of postings each year, we recently redeveloped the platform to house this extensive online community.
While the Law Society hosts SoloNet as a proactive resource, forum discussions remain independent of the regulatory function of the Law Society of Alberta and are not monitored. The Office of the Practice Advisor acts as a conduit, as necessary, if there is important information or collective feedback that needs to be shared.
If you have any questions, please email us.