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9th Annual WSBA Solo & Small Firm Conference - The Small Firm Advantage (July 2014)

9th Annual WSBA Solo & Small Firm Conference - The Small Firm Advantage (July 2014)

COURSEBOOK

Washington?s Premier Program for the Solo and Small Firm Attorney.

Coursebook Length: 734 pages

Seminar Date: Jul 24, 2014
Product Code: C14555

  • List Price: $90.00
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Back to 9th Annual WSBA Solo & Small Firm Conference - The Small Firm Advantage (July 2014)

WSBA-CLE coursebooks are the written materials submitted by presenters at WSBA-CLE?s many topical and timely continuing legal education seminars each year. This product consists only of the coursebook in print form. If you have purchased the on-demand version of this program, a coursebook is already included in your purchase.

Table of Contents:

Chapter 1: Branding Your Practice
Greg McLawsen
Patrick Moody
Rob McNair-Huff

Chapter 2: 30+ Marketing Tips in 45 Minutes to Boost Your Practice
Gil Price
Steve Horenstein

Chapter 3: What Insurance Do I Need?
Shannon O'Dell

Chapter 4: Opening Address: Small Firm Advantage
Stephen R. Crossland
Marijean E. Moschetto
Greg McLawsen
Jennifer R Willner
Stephen W. Horenstein
Ann M. Guinn
Gil Price
John M. Redenbaugh

Chapter 5: Ethics: Top Ten Malpractice Traps and How to Avoid Them
Mark Bassingthwaighte

Chapter 6a: Ethics of Flat Fee Billing
Greg McLawsen

Chapter 6b: Ethics of Flat Fee Billing
Stephen W. Horenstein

Chapter 7: Nimble and Stealthy: Opening a Law Office Fit for Today
Charity Anastasio

Chapter 8: I Went Mobile & Paperless & You Can Too
Jennifer R. Willner

Chapter 9: Make Social Media Make Sense For Your Practice
Sara Lingafelter

Chapter 10: 60 Legal Tech Tips, Gadgets and Websites in 60 Minutes
Barron K. Henley
*No written materials were submitted for this presentation

Chapter 11: Money Ball: Paying Attention to What Matters
Christopher T. Anderson

Chapter 12: The IOLTA Fire Drill: Testing the Compliance of Your IOLTA with the RPCs
Lainie D. Hammond

Chapter 13: How to Set Up and Manage a Virtual Firm
Stacey L. Romberg

Chapter 14a: Using Contract Employees: When, Why and How
Amy A. Robinson

Chapter 14b: Using Contract Employees: When, Why and How
Kelly Meilstrup

Chapter 14c: Using Contract Employees: When, Why and How
James K. Vucinovich

Chapter 15: Advanced Time Management Practices: Putting Productivity First
Irene Leonard

Chapter 16: Moving Your Practice into the Cloud: Benefits, Drawbacks and Ethical Issues
Barron K. Henley

Chapter 17: Get 'er Done: Practical Tips for Day-to-Day Firm Management
Charity Anastasio

Chapter 18: Cybersecurity: Practical Startegies for Your Firm
Steve Hailey
Mike Andrew

Chapter 19a: Pricing Legal Services in a Changing Legal Market
Lainie D. Hammond

Chapter 19b: Pricing Legal Services in a Changing Legal Market
Pete Roberts

Chapter 20: Champagne Technology on a Beer Budget!
Barron K. Henley

Chapter 21: Legal Challenges of the Cloud
Mark J. Fucile

Chapter 22a: Expanding Your Practice: Creative & Alternative Business Models
Michael V. Fancher

Chapter 22b: Expanding Your Practice: Creative & Alternative Business Models
Margaret Madison Phelan

Chapter 22c: Expanding Your Practice: Creative & Alternative Business Models
Stephen R. Crossland

Chapter 23a: Cocktail Reception Law: Q & A Session on Substantive Law Issues
Marijean E. Moschetto
*No written materials were submitted for this presentation

Chapter 23b: Cocktail Reception Law: Q & A Session on Substantive Law Issues
Stephen W. Horenstein

Chapter 23c: Cocktail Reception Law: Q & A Session on Substantive Law Issues
Stephen W. Horenstein

Chapter 24: How to Grow Your Practice Strategically
Ann M. Guinn

Chapter 25: Ethics of Marketing Your Practice
Jeanne Marie Clavere
Leslie Meagley

Chapter 26: Evidence
Karl B. Tegland

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