Solo and Small Firm Conference to emphasize best practices for virtual and hybrid firms
The Solo & Small Firm Section’s Conference continues February 11, in an all-virtual format.
“Pivoting Your Law Practice: The Resilience & Grit You Need To Survive” is designed to meet the needs of solos and small firms who understand the importance of transforming their law practices to address the new demands of virtual and hybrid business models. The half-day program features presenters from Florida, Charlotte, Atlanta, and New York.
Conference co-chairs, Jacina Parson and Camara Williams, recruited a diverse roster of presenters who will address technology transformations, working as outside counsel, managing stress with recovery, online payment systems and managing the ethics of law and second income streams.
“Our goal is to demonstrate ways that solos and small-firm attorneys can ethically and professionally gain competitive advantages,” said Parson, a senior assistant county attorney for Pinellas County and former director of the Bar’s Henry Latimer Center for Professionalism. “It’s a dynamic legal marketplace; attorneys need new ideas, creative energy and determination to successfully pivot their practices.”
Solo & Small Firm Conference participants earn 5 general CLE credits (2 toward ethics; 1 toward professionalism) and 1 each in technology and mental illness awareness. Learn more and register on the conference web page at www.flsolosmallfirm.org/pivoting-your-law-practice/.