6th Annual Solo and Small Firm Conference
Program originally held on June 2 & 3, 2011
Discover new ways to improve your practice with these "must-have" conference materials designed for lawyers working as sole practitioners and in small firms. This comprehensive publication explores a wide range of innovative technology approaches and practice management tools designed to increase your productivity and enhance your client service.
PLEASE NOTE: The DVD and Video Stream recording is for Day One only.
A joint presentation with:
Page Count: 921
You will learn about:
- The Public Image of Lawyers
- Essential Legal Technologies; What Every Solo and Small Law Firm Should Be Using
- Running a Mac and iPad Law Office in a PC World
- Identity Theft and Fraud - Protecting Clients, Your Firm and Personal Data in a Wired World
- The Mobile Lawyer - Technical and Practical 411's and 911's
- Achieving Positive Change in Your Practice - Enhancing Your Profitability, Retention and Efficiency
- Focus on Wills and Powers of Attorney for Personal Care - Drafting Tips and Traps
- Focus on Real Estate
- Litigation (Civil and Criminal)
- Business Continuity - Strategies to Help Preserve Your Practice and Protect Your Clients
- Moving to a Paperless Office with Adobe Acrobat - It's Easier Than You Think
- Suddenly Solo - Starting and Building a Practice From Scratch
- 60 Practice Management and Improvement Tips in 60 Minutes
- Using Social Media Tools for Fun and Profit in the Practice of Law
- Getting and Making Better Clients - Effective Integration of Marketing and Practice Tools
- Hear Ye, Hear Ye! Speech Recognition and Digital Dictation in Your Pocket
- Focus on Family Law
- Focus on Corporate and Commercial Law - Advising the Family Business
- Focus on Criminal Law - An Advanced and Practical Primer For All Criminal Lawyers
- E-mail and Time Management - How to Effectively Cope with Time Warps and Electronic Storms
- Running Your Practice on the Cloud in a Safe and Ethical Manner
- Social Media Tools Hands-On - Connect and be Part of The Social Media Conversation and Increase Your Online Presence
- Breakfast Session - Stump the Experts
Remember: You must attend CPD programs or view them on demand to claim CPD Hours. Reading CPD materials alone does not qualify.
Viewing archived webcasts, video replays, or other on demand or recorded program formats without a colleague is now an eligible educational activity for the annual CPD Requirement for up to 6 CPD Hours per calendar year.
Programs that took place in 2012 or later are accredited for a period of 3 years from the program date. Programs that took place prior to 2012 are accredited for a one-year period from the program date. After that time they are no longer accredited for professionalism hours and members may apply the time spent viewing these programs toward their Substantive Hours, or they may apply for re-accreditation of the program by completing an application for accreditation.