Thursday, Jan. 19, 2012
From left to right: Program co-chairs Marc L. Breakstone, Esq. and David W. White Jr., Esq. of Breakstone, White & Gluck PC in Boston.
Do you dream of starting your own practice?
Register for the Jan. 26 "How to Start and Run A Successful Solo or Small-Firm Practice" conference
Do you dream of "hanging your shingle?" Have the recent law firm
mergers and shifts affected you? Are you reevaluating your career
and thinking about striking out on your own? Are you a law student
with a plan to go straight into your own practice? "How to Start
and Run a Successful Solo or Small-Firm Practice" is a
comprehensive, nuts-and-bolts seminar about how to set up and
operate your own firm.
This lively program, which has been one of the most popular and
valuable MBA seminars to date -- attended, literally, by thousands
-- includes a working, networking lunch for a chance to meet with
colleagues who can help get you started. Program highlights
- The Mechanics of Setting Up Your Firm;
- The Mechanics of Running Your Firm;
- The Essentials of Marketing; and
- Putting It All Together.
here to register and for faculty information.