MBA On Demand

Law Practice Management for Family Law Practitioners

The Law Practice Management Section continues its Luncheon Program Series.  Join experienced practitioners and law practice management experts for a free series of lunchtime seminars to help you modernize, professionalize, and profit.

In collaboration with the Family Law Section, this session will cover how family law practitioners can use iPads, “apps”, and implementing paperless office techniques to bolster your practice.

Faculty:

Gabriel Cheong, Esq., program chair
Infinity Law Group LLC, Quincy

Amy K. Vaughn, Esq.
Ryan & Faenza, Walpole

Sponsoring Sections:

Law Practice Management Section

Family Law Section

MBA On Demand System Requirements
Click here to review On Demand system requirements and an On Demand product demonstration. Click here for information on how to access your purchased On Demand programs.

If you have questions regarding On Demand products or how to use the software, e-mail or call MBA Education Coordinator Andrew Gorman at (617) 338-0540.

Click here to view an MBA On Demand Orientation Video.

On Demand On Demand
Presentation Date: March 5, 2014
Runtime: 1:00.00
CODE: LPE14
NOTE: This is an On Demand product.
With registration for this product you can conveniently watch an archived MBA program from the comfort of your home or office, at a time that suits your schedule. When you register, you will receive a permanent link to the program in addition to the program's ePublication. Your My Resources profile will also contain permanent links to both products if you wish you review the program's archived presentation. The archived version of this program will not be available until after the date of the on-site program.

MBA On Demand System Requirements
Click here to review On Demand system requirements and an On Demand product demonstration.
Registration
This On Demand presentation is free.

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