Monday, February 7, 2011

How to Hang a Shingle - Solo Practice Seminar

Seattle has always been a city where small firms can make a big name, that’s why Seattle University is launching a How to Hang a Shingle seminar on Friday, February 25. If solo practice appeals to you but you’re curious to learn what it takes to launch a practice and you crave more information so you can decide if starting your own firm is right for you, please join us for How to Hang a Shingle. This half day program will include information on the WSBA’s Law Office Management Assistance Program, malpractice insurance, and effective client communication. Plus you’ll have the chance to pose questions to a panel of new solos, as well as one comprised of experienced practitioners. Don’t miss this one-of-a-kind event!

Friday, February 25th, 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m., Room 110. RSVP in Symplicity.

Resources for Starting Your Own Practice
Peter Roberts, Director of the WSBA Law Office Management Assistance Program

What Worked, What Didn’t: new solos discuss how they have developed their practices
Attorney Panel

Client Communication and the Concept of Carefulness in the Practice of Law
Brian Park, Partner, Stoel Rives

Malpractice Insurance A-Z
Duane Crone, Mainstreet Financial

The Secret to My Success: experienced solos share their tips for long term solo/small firm practice success
Attorney Panel