Master Lawyers Section: Build a Modern Law Practice to Help Those in Need

Thursday, April 27, 2017, 9:30 AM - 1:00 PM ET

Cost: $25 (includes lunch)
Register: online or by mail form PDF
Registration deadline: April 24, 2017

Cosponsored with the Oakland County Bar Association LOCA (Lawyers of a Certain Age) Committee.

If you became a lawyer to help people facing serious difficulties and you’d like to return to your roots, this seminar will give you the tools to build a successful, efficient law practice so that you can effectively help those in need. Whether you’re retired and looking to do pro bono or “low bono” work, or transitioning from a firm to a profitable, part-time solo practice, building a 21st century law practice does not have to be difficult. This seminar will teach you to confidently, efficiently and cost-effectively offer the most common legal services, more affordably, to lower and moderate-income people in person and remotely from a paperless home office, often without the need to go to court. Topics covered in the seminar include unbundled legal services; online marketing, communication and legal service delivery tools; and unique pricing strategies that will help you get paid more consistently, while still lowering the costs of legal services.

Speaker: Bert Tiger Whitehead IV, MBA, Esq.

Location

Oakland County Bar Association
1760 S Telegraph Rd
Suite 100
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48302

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  • Conference or Seminar
  • Networking Event