Section News


In This Issue’s Section News:

Join the GPSolo Section in glamorous Beverly Hills
Please join us October 13 –17, 2004 as we gather for the 2004 Fall meeting. In addition to the committee and council meetings, we have planned exciting one-of-a-kind social events, including a group outing to a live taping of the Jay Leno show, a private screening and reception at the only silent movie theater still in existence, and a Difference Maker dinner in the same historic location as the Golden Globe Awards. If CLE is what you crave, plan to attend the Solo Day Road Show, a daylong CLE program designed to take your practice to new levels of efficiency, profitability, and professionalism. Be sure to bring plenty of business cards as we have invited members from twenty-nine state, local, and specialty bar associations.

Please take a moment to fill out the simple online registration form and reserve your social event tickets today! To register, please visit:

See you in Beverly Hills!

Lee Kolczun
Chair, ABA GP|Solo Section

Other Upcoming Section Meetings
The General Practice, Solo and Small Firm Division will be traveling to some exciting places this year for our upcoming meetings. Hope you will be able to join us!

FALL 2004
October 13–17, 2004
Beverly Hills, CA

February 9–15, 2005
ABA Midyear Meeting
Salt Lake City, Utah
Grand American

May 18–25, 2005 ( Joint Mtg. with the ABA Young Lawyers Division)
Miami, Florida
Fontainebleau Hilton

August 4–10, 2005
ABA Annual Meeting
Chicago, IL
Sheraton Chicago

For more information on upcoming meetings and events, please visit

Live News Feed for Section Members
The General Practice, Solo and Small Firm Division is pleased to announce the addition of a live new feed on the Section’s website, courtesy of the Lawyers Weekly USA!

To view the live news feed, please visit

Hot New Publication!
A Lawyer's Guide to Estate Planning: Fundamentals for the Legal Practitioner, Third Edition

Price: $99.95
GP|Solo members: $89.95

This new book is intended to provide a helpful introduction to the basics of estate planning. It is written with an eye toward the needs of general practitioners and those who are seeking to develop a specialty in the estate-planning field. For this reason, the text is written in a user-friendly manner that provides basic text treatment of the subject along with cautions, examples, and planning pointers clearly denoted throughout the book

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