Don’t Miss the Wisconsin Solo, Small Firm & Technology Conference Nov 16-17

By at 12 November, 2006, 7:31 pm

The clock is counting down to the first Wisconsin Solo, Small Firm & Technology Conference  being held in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on November 16th through 17th at the Milwaukee Wyndham Hotel. The list of speakers reads like a "Who's Who" of local and national speakers on a variety of substantive, practice management and legal technology topics.

 

Now granted, this post is a bit of a "sales pitch" as I am speaking at the event and the State Bar of Wisconsin is one of the co-sponsors for the event. I'm excited to be speaking during several sessions including the opening plenary session with Ross Kodner, Fred Lederer, Dustin Cole and David Bilinsky on our 25 tech and practice management predictions for small firms. After that the day and a half conference is jam packed with something for everyone. In addition to two more plenary sessions including Fred Lederer's  keynote on The Automated Courtroom and Electronic Litigations – What's Here Now and Where its Going during Thursday's Lunch (included with registration), Attendees can choose to attend sessions from any of the four tracks:

 

Track 1: Substantive Law

Track 2: Best Practice Management

Track 3: Technology

Track 4: Litigation Practices / MBA in a Day

 

This is a conference focusing on the success of your law practice. With a spectacular faculty including four top national speakers, expect direct, no-nonsense advice on how to better serve your clients, maximize your financial success and improve the quality of your life. It's all practical information that you can take back to your office and put to use right away.

Check out the program schedule and you''ll see that there are numerous substantive law sessions, practical information about running your law practice as a business, reducing your malpractice risk, how to develop more client business, how to better manage your time and your staff, and of course a broad range of legal technology educational sessions. We'll explore myriad ways to integrate technology into your practice, in a cost-effective and eminently practical way. Programs cover everything from legal case managements systems, to using PDF's; from electronic discovery and litigation for small firms to our always popular 60 Tips, Gadgets and Websites sessions: you'll see first hand how to use these programs to streamline your practice, thrill your clients, maximize your profits, and get out of the office so you can actually have a life!

We will be applying for both Minnesota and Illinois CLE credits, so if you're in Illinois or licensed in Minnesota, come spend a day and a half earning credits and connecting with your peers at a really reasonable cost! Registration is still open and walk-ins are welcome.

Hope to see you there. 

 

 

Categories : Hmmm! | Practice Management

Comments
Steve Brondino December 10, 2006

Nerino, I met you at the Solo, Small Firm, Technology conference – found your site by searching on the Internet (after visiting the Board of Bar Examiner site), trying to find out whether CLE credit has been approved for the Tech conference. Do you know? Best, Steve Brondino 312-718-1024

Administrator December 28, 2006

Steve, thanks for commenting. The conference conference was approved for a total of 11 CLE credits, including 3.5 for ethics.

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