Sponsored by the Lake County Bar Association
HANGING OUT A SHINGLE:
HOW TO DEVELOP A THRIVING SOLO PRACTICE
Avoiding Grievance & Malpractice: Learn what steps to take as a solo practitioner to minimize your risk of legal malpractice and prevent problems before they happen.
How to Deal with Clients: It is critical to know how to deal with clients who can often be very difficult. Learn how to avoid problems before they happen and what to do if you find yourself with a very difficult client.
Practical Business Tips: Starting a Solo Practice: Topics will include budgeting and financial issues as well as practical management tips to make it work.
Technology Every Solo Needs: Learn what technology equipment is necessary in starting and maintaining a solo practice.
Handling the Stress of Solo Practice: Law practice is tough but solo practice and a new solo practice can seem overwhelming. Hear how to handle these issues and where to find help and resources.
Building a Practice: How to Get and Keep Clients: Selecting areas of practice, determining your legal strengths and weaknesses, determining and maximizing referral sources, client development, learn how to choose clients and keep them happy.
Everything Else: Tips on What No One Else Told You!!
$100 -- LCBA Solo & Small Firm Section Members
$120 -- LCBA/ISBA Members
$200 -- Non-EBA/ISBA Members
Registration will begin at 8:45 am.
Seminar materials will be provided electronically.
To register for the program, please contact Lake County Bar Association by calling 219-738-1906 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.