Starting Your Own Practice - 2010 Video Webcast
7.5 MCLE Credits
(5.0 areas of professional
practice and/or law practice management; 2.5 ethics)
Starting up a solo or small firm practice has unique financial
and practical concerns, but also has its own set of rewards,
fulfillments and accomplishments. To maximize your chance for success,
you must have a plan. Whether you are considering a change or are a
recent law school graduate, this program's experienced faculty will
provide you with a blueprint for starting your own
practice. Features a panel of noted attorneys, professors
and consultants. The materials include checklists for starting a
firm in New York State.
Sponsored by the Law Practice Management Committee and the
Committee on Continuing Legal Education of the New York State Bar
- Creating and Financing Your Practice
- Creating Effective Systems and Procedures
- Leveraging Technology in Your New Law Practice
- Marketing for a Successful Law Practice
- Ethical Considerations
* Michael C. Rakower, Esq., Law Office of Michael Rakower, P.C.
* Peter A. Giuliani, Esq., Smock Sterling Strategic Consultants
* Carolyn Elefant, Esq., Law Office of Carolyn Elefant
* Nancy B. Schess, Esq., Klein Zelman Rothermel LLP
* Carol L. Schlein, Esq., Law Office Systems, Inc.
* Professor Gary A. Munneke, Pace University School of Law
* Steven M. Silverberg, Esq., Silverberg Zalantis, LLP
* Marian Rice, Esq., L'Abbate Balkan Colavita & Contini, LLP
2010 NYSBA CLE Webcast Archive
This program was recorded on May 21, 2010.
This archived webcast is a video online program that you
will view and listen to on your computer screen. The program code for
each topic that you write on the included MCLE Form only appears on the
screen and is not announced by audio.