Lawyers e-Journal

Thursday, Mar. 28, 2013
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Left: Scott D. Goldberg, Esq., program chair, The Law Firm of Scott D. Goldberg PC, Boston.
Top right: Beth M. Padellaro, Esq., program co-chair, Frederick L. Nagle, Jr. Esq., Haverhill.
Bottom right: Frank J. Riccio, program co-chair, Law Office of Frank J. Riccio, Braintree.

Register for the April 24 "Third Annual Sole Practitioner, Small-Firm Symposium"

Learn to run your sole practice or small-firm smarter, better and cheaper; Attend networking reception

The Sole Practitioner and Small Firm section will sponsor the "Third Annual Sole Practitioner, Small-Firm Symposium" on Wednesday, April 24 from noon to 5 p.m. at Lombardo's. 6 Billings St., Randolph. Program panels will focus on ways to run your sole practice or small-firm smarter, better and cheaper.


A working lunch will be included and a networking reception will follow the symposium.


The symposium will include:


Marketing your value

  • Establishing your goals and objectives;
  • The business of practicing law; and
  • Marketing yourself.

Setting up your office

  • Locating and transitioning;
  • Equipping your office
  • Conducting research; and
  • Budgeting for cases and operating.

Managing your client and professional relations

  • Joining MBA and other associations;
  • Optimizing social media; and
  • Selecting your client.

Dealing with and separating from difficult clients

  • Getting assistance;
  • Controlling the client; and
  • Withdrawing from the case.

Balancing act: Work life and personal life

  • Managing your stress;
  • Addressing a substance abuse problem; and
  • Achieving your goals and objectives.

For more information, or to register, call Member Services at
(617) 338-0530 or click here.

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