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Letâ€™s face it.Â Â Itâ€™s a part of life that one day weâ€™re going to need a lawyer to help us out of a difficult situation. Most people go the route of asking friends and family for someone who can give them good legal advice and then thereâ€™s Chris Shella, a lawyer who now resides inÂ Durham,Â North Carolina, but started his legal career inÂ Long Island,Â New York, at the Nassau County District Attorneyâ€™s Office.
Chris is admitted to the practice of law inÂ New York,Â Maryland, theÂ District of Columbia, andÂ North Carolina. Shella is also admitted to the federal court in the Eastern District of North Carolina, the Middle District of North Carolina, U.S.Â District of Columbia, the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals, the District of Columbia Circuit Court of Appeals, the Eastern District of New York, and the Southern District of New York. He is also admitted to the Bar Of The United States Supreme Court. He and his cases have been covered on Court TV, CNN, and in the New York Times, and other media outlets across the globe. He has represented everyone from lawyers to major drug traffickers to a serial killer inÂ Baltimore. His two most famous case are the Vegan Baby Case and his defense of the Duke Lacrosse Case accuser for the alleged ***** Qtell Classifieds Admin Has Removed Bad Words ***** *** All Spam Ads will Be Reviewed and Deleted ***. of her boyfriend.
Chris has the right stuff.
He has written a book,Â Grinding It Out: How to Create a Six-Figure Law Practice, in which he helps others learn everything you need to know about starting your own law practice.Â Â He discusses the good and the bad of running a successful law practice and heâ€™s here with us today to help us understand.Â Â Weâ€™re going to be talking to him about his law practice as well as his new book.
So nice of you to take the time out for this interview, Chris.Â Â Can we begin by having you tell us why you got into the legal profession?
Chris: Well I have wanted to be a lawyer since I was in sixth grade. I wanted to change the world and change society like Charles Hamilton Houston did.