Lawyers e-Journal

Thursday, May. 3, 2012

Law Practice Management Tip

Improve your practice FAST: Attend the MBA's General Practice, Solo & Small-Firm Conference and networking event on May 10

Leading Massachusetts legal professionals will offer solutions to the daily challenges of running a solo or small general practice. Popular and provocative attorneys such as Robert J. Ambrogi, Esq. Gabriel Cheong, Esq. and Jared D. Correia, Esq. will share practical tips and best practices.

Conference attendees will enjoy cutting-edge information on:

  • The best (and sometimes free) ways to make your information and documents available anywhere;
  • Running  your small office lean and mean, but accessing resources for temporary overflow and long-term growth;
  • Networking tools that work for solos and small firm attorneys;
  • Maximizing your  social media efforts  while meeting ethical obligations;
  • Changes to the requirements for contingent fee agreements and the ethics of accepting, declining, withdrawing from and closing cases; and
  • Using ADR to yield better and faster outcomes that make clients happy.

Build connections and ask follow-up questions during networking breaks, at a networking session and at the networking reception closing the conference.

Lunch and a networking reception are included as part of the conference.

Full details, a list of speakers and a registration link are available here.

We'll see you there.

Tip courtesy of Scott L. Malouf, Law Office Management Assistance Program.

Published May 3, 2012


To learn more about the Law Practice Management Section, which is complimentary for all MBA members, contact LPM Section Chair Thomas J. Barbar or Vice Chair Stephen Seckler.
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