Solo and Small Firm Section Virtual Seminar Series (ESF181126)

November 26 to December 21, 2018

12:00 PM to 1:00 PM (Eastern Standard Time)

Zoom Meeting

United States

About the Program

Join us for the launch of the Solo and Small Firm Virtual Seminar Series. Section chair Ryan McKeen will interview law practice management leaders in this new program that will help your practice be more productive and profitable.

November

11/26/2018 - Ethics and Malpractice - Robert Cassot, Morrison Mahoney LLP, Hartford

Robert Cassot is a partner at Morrison Mahoney. Robert’s practice focuses on defending lawyers in ethics and malpractice cases. He will discuss trends in grievance and malpractice cases and steps attorneys can take to protect themselves before and during a claim.

December

12/6/2018 - The Keys to Small Firm Success - Tyson Mutrux, Maximum Lawyer, St. Louis, MO

Tyson Mutrux is the host of the Maximum Lawyer Podcast - the leading Solo and Small Firm Podcast in the country. Tyson will discuss common issues, themes, and problems that he has observed from interviewing over 110 of the nation’s top solo and small firm attorneys. While not hosting a podcast, Tyson also runs a successful personal injury practice in Columbia, Missouri.

12/10/2018 - How to Build a Successful Firm - Billie Tarascio, Modern Law, Mesa, AZ

Billie attended University of San Diego Law School and the University of Oregon School of Law, graduating in 2005. She worked at several firms in Eugene including the Department of Justice, Family Law Division, the non-profit A Family for Every Child and clerked at the Lane County Juvenile Court under Justice Kip Leonard. Her legal focus is on education law, including special education within schools, family law, adoption and mediation. Billie is a skilled practitioner, national speaker, law firm business consultant and a Martindale-Hubbel honored attorney. She was granted the prestigious “Client Distinction” award based on her Communications Ability, Responsiveness, Quality of Service, and Value for Money. Fewer than 4% of attorneys nationwide have been accorded this honor of distinction.

12/17/2018 - The Power of a System and Referral Marketing - John H. Fisher, Ultimate Injury Law, Kingston, NY

John Fisher is a New York Medical Malpractice attorney. He has spoken just about everywhere on his book “Power of A System”. John will discuss how solos and small law firms can transform their practice by implementing systems. John also runs the Nation’s pre-eminent legal mastermind - The Mastermind Experience.

January

1/9/19 - Improv for Law Firms - Julia Pistell, Sea Tea Improv, Hartford

Julia Pistell is the founder of Sea Tea Improv in Hartford. She is amazing at all she does. In addition to putting on hilarious shows (really you must go), Julia is also hired by some of Connecticut’s largest companies to teach improv for business. Learn how creating a culture based on the principles of improv can improve your practice, your firm, and benefit your clients.

1/28/19 - Niche Marketing - Jay Ruane, Ruane Attorneys at Law, Shelton

Connecticut’s own Jay Ruane is a master of legal marketing. He is a frequently sought after speaker across the country. No one knows how to grow a practice like Jay. Jay has built his firm through niche marketing.

Cost

Solo and Small Firm Section Member
 Free
Member: 1 Seminar  $15
Member: 6 Seminars  $60
Non-member: 1 Seminar  $30
Non-member: 6 Seminars  $120


             

CLE Credit

CT: 1.0 CLE Credit (General)

Contact

Member Service Center
Email: msc@ctbar.org
Phone: (844)469-2221