Starting Your Own Practice (2007)
Although most lawyers do not open their own law practice immediately after graduating from law school, a great many will do so at some point in their professional careers. Almost 40% of all private practitioners are solos and another 25% work in very small firms with one or two other lawyers. What this means is that regardless of what you are doing today, there is a very good chance that someday soon you will be opening a practice of your own. Will you be ready?
To maximize your
chance for success, you must have a plan. Whether you are considering a
change or are a recent law school grad – this program recording
reviews the issues you should consider. The materials include a
checklist for starting a firm in
· Do You Have What It Takes
· Creating Your Own Law Practice From Scratch
· Technology for Your Practice
· Insurance Considerations/Risk Management
· Additional Ethical Issues
· The 20 Biggest Employment Mistakes
· Client Development for Your Practice
Micah Buchdahl, Esq.
John W. Hall III
Thomas J. Maimone, Esq
Marian C. Rice, Esq.
* Each additional person who uses the tapes for MCLE credit must purchase a copy of the “MCLE coursebook.”
* This recording already includes one copy of the MCLE course materials. Course materials provided electronically for all CLE Online Programs, and for CD/DVD Programs from 2010 and later. CD/DVD Programs prior to 2010 include a printed copy of the course materials.