Law Practice Management | Mini-MBA
"Business School for Lawyers"
You didn't go to law school to be a human resources director, finance director or marketer, but it's the mastery of these functions that frees you to be a great lawyer. Download programs on finance, technology, HR compliance, marketing and business development and create your own mini-MBA program.
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Learn the skills necessary to run your firm efficiently and effectively.
Additional Programs Available Online, On
demand | www.nysba.org/LPMCLE
Accounting for Lawyers | 7.0 MCLE Credits
Designed to help lawyers gain a working knowledge
of important issues involving accounting as they relate to the practice of
Escrow Accounts: Rules and Regulations | 4.0 Ethics
Get an overview of the administration of attorney
trust accounts – including IOLA accounts – and the rules governing the handling
of funds in those accounts.
Bill Collection and the Business of Law | 1.5 MCLE Credits
Alternative Fee Arrangements | 1.5 MCLE Credits
Hiring and Managing Staff - The Lawyer as an Employer (2014) | 2.0 MCLE Credits | Featuring Nancy B. Schess, Esq.
This program will provide an overview of human resource compliance. Geared toward solo and small firm practitioners, this comprehensive program will address hiring and managing staff. Highlights distinctions between federal, state and city laws and provides an overview of human resource compliance.
Human Resources for Solo and Small Firms | 1.5
Featuring Nancy B. Schess, this program provides
an overview of human resource compliance. Geared towards solo and small firm
practitioners, this program covers the basics of staffing, hiring and firing.
The Trouble with Larry: Dealing with a Problem Partner | 3.0 MCLE Credits
Strategies for Progressing Equity Partners | 1.5 MCLE Credits
Partner Compensation Systems | 1.5 MCLE Credits
Growing Your Firm "Bringing on Lateral Partners | Partnership Agreements 101" | 1.5 MCLE Credits
Growing Your Firm “Growing Your Practice or Corporate Legal Department | 1.5 MCLE Credits
Legally LinkedIn | 1.5 MCLE Credits in Ethics
What Lawyers need to know about LinkedIn and ways to market yourself and your practice.
2016 Marketing Conference for Solo Practitioners | 7.0 MCLE Credits including 3.0 Ethics
Using technology and the internet to turbo-charge your business development success.
2015 March Marketing Conference | Grow Your Practice | 5.0 MCLE Credits including 2.5 Ethics
Panelists will share advice on attorney websites, public relations, LinkedIn marketing, targeted prospecting and social media. Panelists will also explore the limitations placed on lawyers by ethics rules.
Marketing and Business Practices to Grow Your Firm
6.5 MCLE Credits | 3.0 ethics, 2.5 law practice management, 1.0 skills
& Business Development 101 for Small to Medium Sized Firms |
MCLE Credits (2.5 ethics)
Get practical ideas you can implement right
away. Panelists will share advice on attorney websites, blog posts and other
online writing, online banner advertising, use of videos on the web, LinkedIn,
Twitter, and other social media. Panelists also explore the limitations placed
on lawyers by the ethics rules.
Marketing on a
Shoestring | 4.0 MCLE Credits
email, websites, blogs and social media lawyers can reach far more potential
clients than ever before. This program provides a framework for understanding
and managing ethical liability for lawyer marketing.
Microsoft Word Academy for Lawyers | 7.0 MCLE Credits in Skills
How to Dramatically Improve Speed and Accuracy While Drafting Complex Legal Documents
How to Achieve Meaningful Paper Reduction in Your Practice | 3.0 MCLE Credits in Law Practice Management
A Lawyer's Guide to Adobe Acrobat, Scanners and PDFs
Technology in Your Practice | 2.0 MCLE Credits
During this fast-paced
CLE webcast program will you learn twenty-five ways to streamline your
practice. Covering the latest trends in technology, the overall goal of this
program is to help you become a more efficient lawyer. Learn ways to leverage
technology in your day-to-day practice to work more efficiently.
The Law Firm of
Tomorrow Today | 4.0 MCLE Credits (2.0 ethics)
Exploring issues raised
by the Report of the Task Force on the Future of the Legal Profession, download
this program to learn how your firm can begin to incorporate elements of the
law firm of the future into your law practice today.
Technology in Your
Practice - Trends, Tools and Ethics Rules | 4.0 MCLE Credits (3.0 ethics)
Exploring the hottest trends in legal technology, this program provides an
overview of practice matters including outsourcing, knowledge management, legal
research, virtual law practice, cloud computing, and related technologies.
Panelists discuss ethical considerations, security concerns,
accessibility issues, information sharing, billing considerations, overhead and
competitive advantages. This program includes the ever popular "50
Apps in 50 Minutes." Get fifty tips to streamline your practice.
Safe-Guarding Client Information | 1.5 MCLE Credits
E-Discovery What You Need to Know | 1.5 MCLE Credits
Disaster Planning and Emergency Preparedness | 1.5 MCLE Credits
Malpractice Insurance – The Application Process | 1.5 MCLE Credits
Legal Project Management 101 | 1.5 MCLE Credits
**Pre-requisite: Starting a Practice in New
York State | 7.5 MCLE Credits
"One of the best CLE programs at NYSBA.”
Starting a Solo Practice in New York 2016 | Basic Business Skills for Starting and Running a Successful Practice | 8.0 MCLE Credits including 3.5 Ethics
Get an overview of what it takes to start your own practice, from choosing a business entity to choosing office space and attracting new clients.
Starting a Solo Practice in New York 2015 | 8.0 MCLE Credits including 4.0 Ethics
Basic Business Skills for Starting and Running a Successful Practice
Starting a Practice in New York (2014) | Video and Materials Online, On Demand
Are you considering opening your own firm? Are you a recent law school graduate just starting out? Are you considering leaving your place of employment and starting your own practice? This program will provide an overview of what it takes to own your own practice.
Your Own Practice in New York (2013) | Video
and Materials Online, On Demand
From choosing a business entity to choosing
office space and attracting new clients, this program provides practical and
useful tips for starting a practice in New York. Focusing on solo
practice, topics include: choosing a legal entity, working from home, office
equipment, choosing a practice area, work-life issues, finding clients, time
management, managing and organizing your practice, marketing your solo practice
ethically and effectively and much more.
Learn more about law practice management resources available to members at www.nysba.org/LPM.
For more information about law practice management initiatives, contact Katherine Suchocki, Esq., Director, Law Practice Management at 518-487-5590 or email@example.com