Free & Confidential Series | Hampshire County Bar Association
Join local and national experts for a series of six talks designed to help solo and small law firms improve practice management. Sessions will be recorded and available to those who register. Register just once for access to the whole series.
On Demand Sessions
Zoom Best Practices (On Demand) — Presented by Charity Anastasio, Esq., AILA
Paperless Practice (On Demand) — Presented by Sofia Lingos, Esq., Trident Legal
Integrating Technology in Your Practice (On Demand) — Presented by Robert Plotkin, Esq. Blueshift IP
Practice Management & Well-Being (On Demand) — Presented by Heidi Alexander, Esq. SJC Lawyer Well-Being Committee
Billing Best Practices (On Demand) — Presented by James Baron, Esq.
Benefits of Law Practice Management Software (On Demand) — Presented by Laura Keeler, LCL | Mass LOMAP
About the HCBA
The Hampshire County Bar Association is a service organization composed of attorneys, and is dedicated to improving the quality of the practice of law in this county by providing support to the community, the bench and the bar on relevant local issues.
The organization’s purpose is to maintain the honor of the profession, to promote the administration of justice, to advance the science of jurisprudence, and to foster and encourage cooperation and good fellowship among the members of the bar as a non-profit corporation.
The Hampshire County Bar Association offers many services and programs to the local community and its members such as the Domestic Relations Program for Children, Hampshire Conciliation Program, Hampshire Elder Law Program, Lawyer Referral Service, Lawyer for the Day (Probate and Housing Court), as well as the parent education programs Parents & Children in Transition (PACT), Only One Childhood (O1C), and For The Children (FTC).