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Larissa Bodniowycz, J.D.

Freelance writer

Larissa Bodniowycz is a Florida- and California-licensed attorney and an honors graduate of Florida State University College of Law. Prior to starting her own law firm, Larissa managed the legal department at an international art licensing company where she regularly worked on complex intellectual property and business liability issues. 

Larissa is passionate about educating freelancers and small businesses about the law and has been a featured writer and requested speaker on these topics. She currently works remotely from her home office in San Diego, California, and shared workspaces around the world. She blogs about remote work and travel at sortoflegal.com and can also be found at boldcitylegal.com.

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