Brown Bag Sessions are short, informal educational events on timely topics and held entirely by teleconference. The sessions normally last one hour. Due to the informal nature of the programs, and the fact that accompanying written materials may not always be prepared and distributed, continuing legal education credits are not offered.

David vs. Goliath

The David vs. Goliath brown bag session is designed to empower solo and small firm attorneys to take on big law firms. You'll learn some important techniques on exploiting technology to help level the playing field against larger adversaries, and even pick up some marketing hints to make your local practice more competitive with the multi-nationals.
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Technology Tips, Tricks, and Tools to Succeed as a Solo or Small Firm Lawyer

Attorney Daniel Schwartz, an ABA Journal "Legal Rebel" and Blawg 100 winner, shares the latest and greatest in what technology has to offer for attorneys. He'll discuss why apps are not just something you have for dinner, and why tweeting isn't just for the birds. More importantly, he'll leave you with ideas you can incorporate into your own practice. Whether we like it or not, new technology continues to rush forward promising to help improve the practice of law.  But what's really critical for lawyers to have and what can lawyers live without?
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Real Property, Trust, & Estate Law Free Group and Committee Conference Calls

Group and Committee conference calls are a complimentary benefit of Section membership and normally are limited to Section members. However, prospective members are welcome to join a call without charge to learn more about RPTE Groups and Committees, and how to become involved upon joining the Section.
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Section of Antitrust Committee Program Audio

The Section's Committee programs (formerly known as brown bags) are short, informal educational events on timely antitrust topics organized by committees and held either entirely over the telephone or at the offices of a corporate law department, law firm, client, government agency, or academic institution. They normally last 60-90 minutes and are held during lunch hours. Due to the informal nature of the programs, and the fact that accompanying written materials are not normally prepared and distributed, the Section does not offer continuing legal education credits for these programs.
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