In This Issue’s Section News:
Save the Date: 2004 GPSolo Section Spring Meeting
For more information on this meeting, please visit http://www.abanet.org/genpractice/events/index.html
Judge Jennifer Rymell, Chair of the Section’s Young Lawyers Committee, invites you to visit the Section’s newest resource for our young lawyers. Our Young Lawyers Welcome Page provides a wealth of resources at your fingertips . . . from finding out more about the Section’s benefits, to highlighting recent New Lawyer articles, to providing book suggestions on topics relevant to your level of practice.
Save time and simplify your office routine! This publication includes numerous letters that can help simplify the task of communicating with opposing counsel, witnesses, clients, the court and others. As an added benefit, all letters contained in the book are also included on CD-ROM.
As electronic communication via quick e-mails and voicemail becomes the norm, and paper letters the exception, it becomes increasingly important not to lose sight of the importance of documenting the file and maintaining a professional tone. These letters simplify and expedite this effort, whether they are sent in paper form or via e-mail. Don't reinvent the wheel. Start with these letters instead.
Contest—Win a Free Copy of Letters for Litigators
Please put the words “New Lawyer Book Contest” in your subject line. Include your name, postal address, and phone number with your entry. All entries become the property of the American Bar Association. Results will be published in the next issue of GPSolo New Lawyer.
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Solo Day attendees will receive a copy of "We Are a Team": 99 Tips for Maximizing Your Potential (a list of 99 of the best tips from the Solo Day Program).
For more information on registering for the meeting and purchasing Passports or Event Tickets please visit: http://www.abanet.org/genpractice/home.html
The December issue of the GPSolo Technology & Practice Guide is now online at www.abanet.org/genpractice/magazine/dec2003/toc.html. This month’s topic is “How to Set Up a Law Office.” From Jim Calloway and Ellen Freedman’s article on “The Planning Phase” to David L. Master’s article on “Setting Up the Paperless Office,” this issue will advise you step-by-step on how to get started. This issue also provides recommendations on what kind of hardware and software products are best suited for your needs (and budget!)
Section Members get a discount for TechShow!
General Practice members using program promoter code PP25 receive an additional $100 off!