Scott W. Spaulding
Graduating law school in the mid-'90s dumped me into a tough market for my legal practice. Luckily, I was able to find work at an insurance company and acted as their trial attorney before getting into criminal defense and criminal trials.
One of the reasons I decided to strike out on my own was that after 10 years of working as a trial attorney, I approached cases a bit differently than my colleagues, and I wanted the freedom to be a better attorney for my clients. I knew that going out on my own would allow me to give them the best legal advice and representation, regardless of their individual circumstances — and that's what continues to drive me today.