The practice of law is based on relationships – with clients, potential clients and referral sources. Attracting new clients and producing additional revenue is more important — and more difficult — than ever. The economy is unstable; competition is intense. That’s why it’s essential to ramp up your business development efforts to gain every possible advantage.
Personal networking is the best way to create and sustain those relationships. Unfortunately, many lawyers will do anything to avoid networking. The key to successful networking is to find the networking method that matches your personality – the one that makes you feel the most comfortable and confident. There are as many ways to network successfully as there are individual lawyers. Find yours.
This conference delivers proven methods to build your practice, within professional and ethical parameters, while you earn ethics credits. You’ll learn how to:
- Identify the best ways to connect with potential clients and referral sources
- Maximize networking within your comfort areas
- Create higher visibility for your practice
- Spend your marketing and advertising dollars wisely
- And much more
Get new clients and ethics credits.
- Roy Ginsburg (lawyer coach)
- Jayne Sykora (estate planning and business)
- Tim Theisen (bankruptcy and family law)
- Ryan Pacyga (criminal defense)
- Susan Mundahl (family law)
- Leonard Segal (employment and labor law)
This conference has been approved for 3.0 CLE credits (2 are ethics).
Thursday Morning, February 19, 2015
8:00 – Registration and networking
8:30 – Presentation by Roy Ginsburg (1.5 ethics credits)
10:00 – Panel discussion led by by Roy Ginsburg (.5 ethics and 1 general credit)
11:30-noon – Conclusion and networking
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