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On Demand Free Law Practice Startup Workshop

Now On Demand: Our FREE Law Practice Startup Workshop

This article is for informational purposes only. It is not intended to be used in place of professional or legal advice in any way. Lawyers, law students, judges, and other legal professionals in Massachusetts can find more on scheduling a Free & Confidential consultation with a law practice advisor here.

Starting a law practice in Massachusetts? We’ve made it easier to do it right with our Law Practice Startup Workshop covering all the essentials now available on demand.

 

Our Free & Confidential group meetings for law practice startups have been running for over a decade — but never before available on demand! Our 2-hour program cosponsored by Starting Out Solo discusses all the essential considerations for starting your own law practice:

  • Insurance
  • Location + Space
  • Entity Selection
  • Time + Billing
  • IOLTA
  • Marketing + Business Development
  • Technology

Our recording makes it easier for you to prepare for your own practice at your own pace. You can get started right away, pause, rewind, and revisit the material as needed. The on demand workshop is presented by Heidi Alexander, former Mass LOMAP Director and LCL Deputy Director and current Director of the SJC Standing Committee on Lawyer Well-Being.

You might have to check your spam filter for the confirmation email with access information.

 

Law Practice Startup Series

Beginning in April 2021! We’ve launched a deeper dive series on law practice startup. Find more here.

 

Additional Resources

After watching the workshop on demand, you can also book a Free & Confidential one-on-one consultation when you need questions answered. Lawyers and law students in Massachusetts can speak to a law practice advisor by phone, web, or in-person (once in-person services resume following the Covid crisis).

And DON’T FORGET THE GUIDE. Finally, our Law Practice Startup Guide provides resources and best practices on Finance, Marketing, Operations, Risk Management, and Technology — along with answers to the top 5 FAQ our advisors get from law practice startups.

 

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