Starting a law practice is a challenge many lawyers accept each year. But, for many, all that is associated with running a business in addition to doing the legal work for clients can prove intially demanding. This is particularly true for those fresh out of law school or those leaving a large firm where most administrative and management matters were kept out of sight and out of the minds of most of the lawyers. Resources for Starting and and Running a Law Firm is a web directory from the ABA General Practice, Solo and Small Firm Section. It provides links to many resources including back issues of the section’s New Lawyer, Unlock Your Potential (a 79 page PDF from the ABA Young Lawyer’s Division on setting up a practice) and the link to subscribe to Solosez. (We’ll talk more about Solosez later this week.) GPSolo’s fine collection of Resources is our Website fo the Week.