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EYL140917 The Legal Entrepreneur: Starting Your Own Law Firm
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EYL140917 The Legal Entrepreneur: Starting Your Own Law Firm

The Solo/Small Firm Committee will present “The Legal Entrepreneur,” a three-part educational series to address the needs of solo practitioners, and of those thinking of taking the plunge to start their own law firms. The first seminar will discuss how to go about starting and managing a solo practice or small firm.

9/17/2014
When: Wednesday, September 17, 2014
6:00 - 8:00 PM
Where: Quinnipiac University School of Law, Campus Library
370 Bassett Road, North Haven, CT
North Haven, Connecticut  06473
United States
Contact: CBA Member Services Center
860-223-4400


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The Legal Entrepreneur

Part I: Starting Your Own Law Firm

 

Presented by Young Lawyers Section, Solo/Small Firm Committee

Seminar Code:
EYL140917


About the Program: A new series hosted by the YLS Solo/Small Firm Committee offering practical advice to  those who have recently started or are considering starting a solo or small firm law practice. Part I will discuss how to go about starting and managing a solo practice or small firm.

Topics of Discussion
  • Whether or not to start your own practice
  • The cost of starting your own practice
  • To incorporate or not to incorporate 
  • Liability/malpractice and health insurance
  • Office space
  • Boutique vs. general practice firms
  • Whether or not to partner up with another attorney
  • Hiring office staff
  • Technology
  • Billing and time keeping

Who Should Attend: Young Lawyers who may be interested in starting, or have already started, their own law practice. Open to aspiring and current solo or small firm practitioners who may benefit from hearing from other practitioners talk about their experiences.

Moderator

Garlinck Dumont, Dumont Law LLC, Hartford

Panelists
Renee C. Bauer, Bauer Law Group LLC, Hamden
Shari-Lynn Cuomo Shore, Wolf & Shore LLC, Hamden
Lucas Hernandez, Law Offices of Lucas Hernandez, Stratford
Chris Nelson, Nelson|Votto, New Haven