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? New York State Bar Association Law Practice Management resources can help you start, build and grow your firm.
Starting up a solo or small firm has its own unique financial, technical and
practical concerns, but beginning a practice also has its own set of rewards,
fulfillment and accomplishments. To maximize your chances for success,
you must have a plan. Whether you are considering a change or whether you are a recent law
school graduate, Law Practice Management CLE programs will help you explore your options. From choosing a business entity to choosing office space and attracting new
clients, get practical and useful tips to help you succeed.
Friday, May 16, 2014 | Starting a Practice in New York | Going Solo
"One of the best CLE programs at NYSBA.”
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Starting Your Own Practice in New York | Basic Business Skills for Starting and Running a Successful Practice
This program sells out each year and based on member feedback we are pleased to offer the program as an online, on demand CLE.
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Recent programs on Starting a Practice in New York available on demand
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Starting Your Own Practice in New York | 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.
Starting a Practice in New York | Video and Materials Online, On Demand
Topics include: Choosing a Business Entity and Creating and Financing Your Law Practice – What You Need to Know, Attorney Escrow Accounts, IOLA and Ethics, Insurance Considerations, The “Virtual Law” Office – Practical Considerations/Reality, Organizing Your Practice – The Importance of Creating Systems and Procedures, Leveraging Technology in Your Practice, Basic Human Resources – Questions and Answers, Marketing Your Practice – Ethical Considerations
Building a Successful Practice | Video and Materials Online, On Demand
Program covers an array of topics from controlling paperwork to managing
employees. Speakers will help you move forward with growing your business. Topics include: Business Considerations: Grow, Merge, or Stay the Same, Practicing Ethically, Billing and Collection, Using the Internet and Social Media to Build Your
Practice, Hiring Associates, Paralegals, and Support Staff
Comprehensive resources for attorneys in solo or small firm practice in New York State - everything from marketing advice to sample engagement letters, insurance information to business continuity planning, work-life balance to selecting software and hiring staff.
Review the Report of the Special Committee on Solo and Small Firm Practice
Review the Report of the Task Force on the Future of the Legal Profession
Escrow Accounts - Your "must have"
Attorney Escrow Accounts
comprehensively covers the most common situations where attorneys handle client
funds and discusses the legal and ethics issues encountered in handling
clients’ funds. The Third Edition
provides an expanded discussion of related issues and updated case and statutory
law, as well as a more comprehensive appendix featuring relevant statutes, rules
and ethics opinions.
Enhance the efficiency and lower the cost of your practice with special discount programs for NYSBA members. From insurance and financial services to discounted office products, your NYSBA membership gets you dramatic savings on important services for all your practice needs.
Information and programs on attorney advertising, ethics and business development
For more information, contact Katherine Suchocki, Director, Law Practice Management at 518-487-5590 or firstname.lastname@example.org