Section Notes


Seattle Midyear Meeting

The ABA’s Midyear Meeting took place in Seattle, Washington, from February 5–11, 2003. The weather was unseasonably clear, and good coffee abounded. (Seattle may have more coffee houses per capita than any other major city in the country.) Lots of interesting people, useful CLE, good meetings, good food, and a good time had by all (or at least all that we know about). If you missed it, too bad. Don’t miss the next meeting.



Future GPSSF Section Meetings

2003 Spring Meeting: May 8–11, 2003
Baltimore Marriott Inner Harbor Hotel
Baltimore, Maryland

2003 ABA Annual Meeting: August 7–10, 2003
Hotel Nikko
San Francisco, California


Other Section Events

ABA TechShow: April 3–5, 2003
Sheraton Hotel
Chicago, Illinois
(Jointly sponsored with the ABA’s Law Practice Management Section)
ABA TechShow is the world’s leading legal technology conference, and the only technology conference and exposition developed by and for lawyers and other legal professionals. The program attracts more than 1,500 attendees from around the globe. If you can attend only one conference on technology and its role in the practice of law, make this the one. Don’t miss the extensive vendor show, special presentations, and the more than 60 CLE sessions on technology and the practice of law. Stay with a single track or mix sessions from different tracks to suit your needs. Program tracks are: General Solo and Small Firm; In-House/Government; Strategies; Advanced/IT; Litigation; Knowledge Management; Tips and Tools; and Collaboration/Nets. For more information and registration go to the show website: www.techshow.com.


Section Leadership

Chair: Karen Mathis, Denver, Colorado
Chair-Elect: William Hogan, Boston, Massachusetts
Vice Chair: Lee Kolczun, Lorain, Ohio
Secretary: Dwight Smith, Tulsa, Oklahoma


Visit Our Website

The GPSSF Section has a website at www.abanet.org/genpractice. It is part of the ABA website. The GPSSF website offers information about: (1) the time, date, and location of Section meetings; (2) Section activities; (3) membership; (4) publications, including books available for sale and electronic copies of the Section’s magazines and newsletters.


Membership

Feel left out because you are not yet a member of the General Practice, Solo and Small Firm Division of the ABA? Tired of getting GPSSF Section publications secondhand from friends? Concerned about missing some of our Section’s vital new publications? We can fix it for you: all you have to do is join the section. For information about joining the Section, please call 1-800-285-2221 or check out the Section’s website at www.abanet.org/genpractice.

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