Thursday, May. 17, 2012
From left to right: Symposium Co-Chair Alan J. Klevan, Esq., General Practice, Solo & Small-Firm Section Chair John B. DiSciullo and Symposium Chair Scott D. Goldberg, Esq.
General Practice, Solo & Small-Firm Conference focuses on preparing for the future
The Second Annual General Practice, Solo & Small-Firm
Symposium was held May 10 at Lombardo's in Randolph. At the
afternoon symposium, attendees were provided with practical tips on
how to strengthen their business plans and embrace advances in
technology, while also participating in a working lunch and
Symposium panelists discussed a variety of topics, including the
effects of cloud computing on law practices, innovative business
models for the modern legal world, ethical issues surrounding
contingent fee agreements and client management, and a variety of
networking techniques. Additionally, a panel of active and retired
judges provided a heuristic analysis of alternative dispute
Scott D. Goldberg, Esq., of the Law Firm of Scott D. Goldberg PC
in Boston chaired the event. Rodney S. Dowell, Esq., of the Law
Office Management Assistant Program and Alan J. Klevan, Esq., of
Klevan & Klevan co-chaired the symposium.
Jim Silva of the Law Office of James G. Silva in Westford, winner
of the MBA's LinkedIn contest. He attended the General Practice,
Solo & Small-Firm Conference free of charge.