Texas A&M School of Law will be hosting this conference designed for people who are already involved in incubator or other post graduate programs for solo, small firm, and non-profit practitioners, as well as for those who want to know more about how these programs work and how they contribute to enhancing social justice through improved access to law.
The conference will describe and advance the continued growth of post- graduate law programs and the new wave of affordable legal services for groups without access to legal resources. Along with the basics of creating and implementing incubator programs and non-profit law firms, the conference will address, among other topics, the impact on law school curricular reform; collaboration between bench, bar and academics; technology and delivery of legal services; evolution of lawyering role models; and access to justice for low and moderate means clients.
The conference will include speakers, panels, workshops and hands-on technology sessions to help participants develop concrete take-aways that will have immediate impact on their work.
Check back soon for more information and registration.
December 14, 2016
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM ET
Virtual law practices remain all the rage for attorneys who are looking to jump start a new practice - or modernize an existing one - utilizing modern technology and best practices. Really, we when talk 'virtual,' we are talking about mobility and accessibility. How can you serve your clients from anywhere without being tied to a traditional office space? And, how can your clients obtain high quality, but affordable, services? This webinar will introduce you to the concept of a virtual law practice and give you the nuts and bolts of setting one up, including technology options. We will also talk about how you can grow your team without taking on W-2 employees. Finally, we will have an open discussion on the benefits and challenges of a truly mobile practice.
Panelist: Brooke Moore
Moderator: Chad E Burton
Center for Professional Development
Delivery of Legal Services
Law Practice Division