Lawyer Gifts

The Best Gift Ideas For The Solo Lawyer In Your Life

Lawyer Gifts

When it comes to holiday gifts, lawyers can be hard to please.  The best gifts are often practical and you can’t go wrong with these picks from 


Full disclosure: These are all affiliate links and I may be compensated if your purchase any items in this article. These are all items that I own or have personally tested. I never recommend products without firsthand experience. 


Modern Solo Lawyer Gift Picks 2016

Amazon Echo – Black

The echo is a handsfree speaker that you can control with your voice. I have several friends who own it and it’s  pretty cool. It’s one of those things you don’t know you need until you try it.

Leaf by Bella Beat

I think of the Leaf as a “cute” Fitbit. You can wear it more discretely and I find that it looks better with professional attire.


Mr. Coffee Mug Warmer

Simple yet useful. If you love coffee or tea, but find that it gets cold before you finish, this product is perfect for you. It comes in handy when working in coffee shops that use real mugs. You just plug into your USB and you are good to go.

Poweradd Slim2 Most Compact 5000mAh Portable Charger

If you know a lawyer on the go, this portable charger will be a lifesaver. I own two and use them daily. I can charge my phone, iPod, and iPad  no matter where I am.  Very useful for long days in court where outlets can be hard to find.

1TB Portable External Hard Drive

If you’ve ever had a computer crash, you’ll understand the importance of an external hard drive. This one is slim, portable, and has plenty of space to store all of your files.

Moleskine Classic Notebook

This is another simple, yet useful gift. Throughout the day if I need to jot down a thought or idea I just pull out my moleskin notebook. Classic, professional and practical.


What are your picks for the best gifts for lawyers in 2016?

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Joleena Louis

In addition to assisting New Yorkers with their family law issues, I also advise other entrepreneurial attorneys on starting their law practices. I have a weekly column on the Law Firm Suites blog called Things I Wish I Knew, a family law blog at and my solopreneur blog