Taking their destiny into their own hands and starting a firm

Adam Witt said he can remember the moment in 2010 when "everything really became real" — when he finally felt committed to opening his own one-man law firm.He just returned to Edgerton, Wis., his hometown of 5,454 people, after leaving Chicago with a law degree from The John Marshall Law School, but no job prospects.Standing in a home he said he bought in a foreclosure sale for less than  …

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