The New York City Bar Association’s 14th Annual Small Law Firm Practice Management Symposium is this coming Thursday, November 9. It’s an honor to be presenting for the second year in a row.
Whether you are just starting out or been practicing for decades, I can personally vouch that the Symposium offers valuable guidance on both managing and growing a practice.
I particularly like the open dialogue between presenters and attendees. Discussion flushes out what’s on people’s minds and you walk away with information you can put to work immediately.
Unlike other bar associations, the NYCBA has no hangups about giving preference to bar committee members, authors or “non-vendors” as presenters. NYCBA is looking for top shelf and up to date information from presenters, especially on technology and innovation.
In the New York City Area? Consider attending. The program runs from 8:30 – 5:00 and is a steal at $65 for members and $100 for non-members. There’s also plenty of time to network with colleagues throughout the day at the Exhibit Hall and during the complimentary breakfast, luncheon and reception.
- How to develop a strategy?
- How to define your audience?
- The importance of listening, and how to do so, before engaging.
- Role of content, in any form, for building relationships and a strong word of mouth reputation.
- Publishing mediums, whether your own blog or third party publications such as Above The Law, Forbes or Bar Associations.
- Role of social media and how to use it – Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn.
See the Symposium brochure for more information.
LexBlog is also cohosting with Lawline the evening before a Legal Blogging and Social Media Workshop from 5 to 6:30 followed by a Beer for Bloggers (and others).