The Solo & Small Firm Section of the Bar Association of San Francisco will host its third annual Solo & Small Firm Conference: Level Up Your Law Practice. The conference will take place on January 31, 2019 at the Bar Association of San Francisco offices.
The keynote speaker, Andrew Arruda, CEO and co-founder of Ross Intelligence, will discuss artificial intelligence in the practice of law, addressing what you need to know today for your practice tomorrow.
Other programs will focus on knowing how and when to add people to your law practice, nontraditional fee structures, a hands-on workshop on leveraging your legal expertise to find the right clients, and a discussion about business development techniques, client relationships, and ethical rules in play.
The past two Annual Solo & Small Firm Conferences were a rousing success with close to 150 attorneys in attendance. The 2019 conference promises to be just as informative and engaging. The conference will provide solo and small firm attorneys an excellent opportunity to network with their peers, improve their knowledge about law firm practice and management, and learn from each other’s successes.
The conference day will culminate with a reception, allowing attendees the opportunity to connect with other members of the vibrant solo and small firm community. The majority of attorneys in the Bay Area are part of this community, which is a pillar of the legal profession representing individuals and organizations in every imaginable legal matter.
Last year, the conference sold out, so secure your spot and register early!
About the author:
Kirsten Scott is a partner in the San Francisco firm of Renaker Hasselman Scott, LLP. She represents plaintiffs with respect to various employee benefit and employment matters, including pension and disability claims, claims for breach of fiduciary duty under ERISA, medical leaves of absence, unpaid wages, and severance negotiation.