At Last, a National Small-Firm Confab
If the legal blogosphere seems a bit quieter Oct. 19 and 20, it may be because so many legal bloggers will be in Milwaukee to attend the first-ever National Solo and Small Firm Conference. Co-chaired by two bloggers, Jim Calloway and Ross Kodner, the conference is sponsored by the American Bar Association's General Practice, Solo & Small Firm Division and will run concurrent with the division's fall meeting. You need not be an ABA member to attend.
Ross Kodner provides conference details and an event schedule. He writes:
With three educational tracks over a day and a half, and a stellar national faculty, this is an event no solo/small firm lawyer (and their staff!) or general practitioner in any size firm should miss.
Jim Calloway draws on his experience organizing the annual Solo and Small Firm Conference of the Oklahoma Bar Association to suggest that a conference such as this "is a great opportunity" for small-firm lawyers "to enjoy CLE targeted to their needs." Not to mention, he adds, the potential for networking and referrals.
Posted by Robert J. Ambrogi on September 15, 2006 at 03:54 PM | Permalink
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