It’s that time of the season
again: the new association year begins for the bars; the denizens of LOMAP
arise from a summer-long slumber/reverse hibernation
; and, when everybody else decides, reluctantly, ‘well, yeah, I guess we have to start working again, too’ . . . worst time of the year, by far.
of summer is always super depressing.
I come close to not wanting to listen to Brad Paisley
anymore, but still wear sandals through November, as a form of silent protest
— silent, that is, aside from my screaming pig
Fortunately, we got us some new programs to promote, in order to dull the pain some. I know that pimping our programming is not entirely ‘original blog content’; but, hey, cut me some slack: Putting together a curriculum is some time-consuming work.
like this don’t just happen
, you know.)
. . . A curriculum you say, sir?
Indeed, I did.
Check it . . .
This Fall, the Boston Bar Association
will present The ‘Foundations for a New Practice’ CLE Series
. The programming series will feature six breakout sessions focused on particular aspects of starting a law firm.
The free, introductory program
will offer a collection of top tips, and features a fantastic panel consisting of practice founders, who will relay their best advice . . . so
you don’t have to reinvent the wheel
(Did I mention it’s free?)
From there, paid sessions will cover marketing
, financial management
, practice management
and business planning
Topics for these sessions have already been announced, and faculty will be posted shortly.
This group of 3-hour CLE sessions will combine to cover the major components for establishing a law firm.
Whether you’re thinking of starting a practice, or want to make the determination as to whether your prevailing practices are actually
best practices, these sessions represent your entrepreneur’s bootcamp.
Making this program series even more attractive is the reasonable price point that has been established for the sessions.
BBA members can attend all 5 paid sessions for $25 each.
Law students can attend the whole shebang
for a grand total of $35.
Even non-members are only on the hook for a $175 flat fee rate for everything.
You’d be hard-pressed to find a better value for 15 hours of targeted CLE.
To learn more about the sessions, visit the event page
, where you can also register for the entire series.
If you are thinking of becoming a practice founder, or have recently become one, lay your foundation with us.
. . .
Doesn’t this all make you want to buy a Walken Lamp
? Now, don’t be stingy with your offer . . . you can use all that money you saved on the CLE series.