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EYL160222 The Legal Entrepreneur Part I: How to Start Your Own Law Practice
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EYL160222 The Legal Entrepreneur Part I: How to Start Your Own Law Practice

A three part 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. Panelists will share valuable insight on building revenue for a solo or small firm based on their own personal experiences.

2/22/2016
When: Monday, February 22, 2016
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
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The Legal Entrepreneur

Part I: How to Start Your Own Law Practice

Presented by Young Lawyers Section, Solo/Small Firm Committee

Seminar Code:
EYL160222

About the Program:
A three part 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. Panelists will share valuable insight on building revenue for a solo or small firm based on their own personal experiences.

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:
Any attorney or law school student who has, or wants to start, their own solo or small firm practice.

Moderator:

Austin Berescik-Johns  Austin B. Johns, McCarthy Coombes & Costello LLP, Hartford

Panelists:


Hamden Attorney Shore  Shari-Lynn Shore, Wolf & Shore LLC, Hamden


Lucas Hernandez  Lucas HernandezLaw Offices of Lucas Hernandez, Stratford


TBA

Cost: Free

Join us at Quinnipiac University School of Law for:
Part II: How to Build Revenue for Your New Solo/Small Firm, Monday, March 21, 2016 6-8pm 
Part III: Marketing for Your New Solo/Small Firm, Tuesday, April 26, 2016 6-8pm