Ms. Wolfe has been a solo practitioner over most of her 41 years in practice, in addition to working with smaller law firms, and raising two children in the process. To be a successful solo practitioner requires an additional set of skills, particularly in owning and managing a small business, marketing to obtain clients, handling client trust accounts, and obtaining a steady cash flow. Ms. Wolfe has enjoyed teaching, mentoring, encouraging, and coaching lawyers through the process of starting and successfully operating a law office.
  • Co-author “Opening and Managing a Law Office“– published by State Bar of California, 2020
  • Adjunct professor, University of San Diego School of Law (2009-2013) Civil Trial Practice
  • Active member of Lawyers Club of San Diego, Consumer Attorneys of San Diego Womens’ Caucus, frequently mentoring and coaching lawyers in obtaining and managing clients, effective marketing and networking, balancing a law practice while raising children