2017 Solo Practitioner Conference
6.0 MCLE Credits: 4.0 Ethics, 2.0 Law Practice Management
The 2017 Solo Practitioner Conference is built around the assumption that as a busy lawyer doing client work plus administrative tasks, there is sometimes not enough time for new business development and setting up a marketing plan. Watch this program and understand how to set up an effective marketing and business development strategy. You will learn what marketing options are available so that you can create a plan that works for you and best practices for the traditional tools of client service, networking, public relations and content creation. Current issues will be addressed in this exciting program featuring TED-Style talks, including a discussion about virtual practice.
Get answers to these questions and much more…
- How can I differentiate my firm on the basis of client service?
- Is my current marketing in compliance with attorney advertising rules?
- Why should I make time to participate in in-person networking activities?
- How do I get visibility in my local community?
- Do I need to belong on AVVO or LegalZoom?
- What are the key components of a good, ethically compliant website?
Carol Schiro Greenwald, Ph.D. | CSG Marketing Partners
Nancy B. Schess, Esq. | Klein Zelman Rothermel Jacobs & Schess LLP
Chad Burton, Esq. | CuroLegal
Keith Emmer | Startegix LLC
Marc Halpert | Connect2Collaborate
Joshua King, Esq. | Avvo
Pery Krinsky, Esq. | Krinsky, PLLC
Dan Lear, Esq. | Avvo
David P. Miranda, Esq. | Heslin Rothenberg Farley & Mesiti P.C.
John Rumely | Rumely Advisors LLC
Sally Robertson, Esq. | LegalZoom
Professor Roy D. Simon | Legal Ethics Advisor to Law Firms
Mitch Tobol | CGT Marketing
NYSBA Member: $195
Law Practice Management Committee
Committee on Continuing Legal Education
Committee on Membership Subcommittee on Non-Resident Membership