1420 Fifth Avenue
12:00 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2012
Law school teaches us how to think like a lawyer, but it does not usually prepare us for how to operate a successful (and profitable) practice. This continuing legal education workshop will help established attorneys and new practitioners to learn the 15 Keys to Starting and Managing a Successful Law Practice. It will focus on a variety of areas including: building a strong foundation, providing a supportive work environment, and providing quality customer service. We will also discuss time management and maintaining the work-life balance.Ann Guinn is the ABA published author of "Minding Your Own Business: The Solo and Small Firm Lawyer's Guide to a Profitable Practice." She has been a featured speaker at numerous national legal events including the American Bar Association's Annual Solo Conference and the WSBA's 7th Annual Solo & Small Firm Conference. Ms. Guinn is a practice management consultant to small firms and solo practitioners. Drawing on more than 40 years of experience working in the legal community, Ms. Guinn has helped attorneys to build and maintain successful law practices that promote client, lawyer and staff satisfaction.This CLE has been approved for 1.5 General Credits.For more information or if you would like to Ms. Guinn to address specific questions, contact KCWWL CLE Chair Karen Clark at 206-442-0888.
How to Start and Build a Successful Solo Practice/Small Firm 37.92