Have you registered yet for the National Solo and Small Firm Conference ?
Now is the time to register for second annual conference, taking place October 5-6, 2007, in Philadelphia, PA, at the Hyatt Hotel Penn’s Landing, in conjunction with the American Bar Association’s General Practice, Solo & Small Firm Division’s Fall Meeting.
Scheduled presentations include:
The fast paced and ever-popular 60 Tips in 60 Minutes
The Lawyer as Employer: Hiring, Firing, Managing and More
E-Discovery for the Rest of Us: Essential Small-Firm Primer
Keeping Them Satisfied: Exceeding Client Expectations Everyday!
15 Tips for Stress-LESS Solo & Small Firm Practice in 60 Minutes
Immigration 'Gotcha’s' for Non-Immigration Lawyers
How NOT to Commit Malpractice With Your Computer
Solo and small firm conferences have gained popularity nationwide. They are typically hosted by state and local bar associations. The GP|Solo Division created the National Solo & Small Firm Conference in 2006 to allow solo and small firm lawyers to take the concept one step further, building networks and developing referral sources from all across the country. This is also being promoted as a chance for the members of the very active online community Solosez to have a nationwide face-to-face meeting.
The CLE offerings at the conference feature presentations from a mix of nationally known legal technology experts, veteran active members of the GP|Solo Division with advice to share, practice management advisors, and even active participants from the Solosez online community.
Already the conference is generating buzz, including a recent mention by the National Networker. To see all of the speakers and scheduled presentations, and to get more information about the conference and register, visit the National Solo & Small Firm Conference website at:
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