Do you dream of starting your own practice? Have the recent law firm mergers
and shifts affected you? Are you reevaluating your career and thinking about
striking out on your own? Have you been recently admitted to the Bar and have a
plan to go straight into your own practice? “How to Start and Run a Successful
Solo or Small-Firm Practice” is a comprehensive, nuts-and-bolts seminar about
how to set up and operate your own firm. Attended, literally, by
thousands, this lively program, which has been one of the most popular and
valuable MBA seminars to date, includes a working, networking lunch for a chance
to meet with colleagues who can help get you started.
Our faculty of experienced, successful lawyers will provide guidance and
insight on every aspect of starting a law firm while sharing practice pointers
on growing their own firms.
A networking reception will follow this incredible program allowing you
to continue to meet and mingle with colleagues.
Complimentary appetizers, beer and wine will be served.
Program highlights include: The Mechanics of Setting
Up Your Firm
The Mechanics of Running Your Firm
The Essentials of Marketing
Putting it All Together
Additional faculty to be announced
David W. White, Esq., program co-chairBreakstone, White & Gluck PC, Boston
Marc Breakstone, Esq., program co-chairBreakstone, White & Gluck PC, Boston
B.J. Krintzman, Esq.Law Office of B.J. Krintzman, Waban
Alan J. Klevan, Esq.Law Offices of Alan J. Klevan, Newton
Denise I. Murphy, Esq.Rubin and Rudman LLP, Boston
Robert R. Pierce, Esq.Pierce & Mandell PC, Boston
Shelley M. Richmond Joseph, Esq.Joseph & Joseph, Newton
Rodney Dowell, Esq.Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers, Boston
Gabriel Cheong, Esq.Infinity Law Group LLC, Quincy
William Bogaert, Esq.Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker LLP, Boston
Law Practice Management Section
The Sole Practitioner and Small Firm Section