CBA’s Law Firm Start-up Boot Camp is one week away – register today!

Whether you are going solo, opening a small firm, or just need a refresher, the CBA’s new “Law Firm Start Up Boot Camp” is a day long event that will provide essential information on getting a successful law practice up and running.

The program will be held on Thursday, October 4, 2012, from 8:45 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the CBA Building, 321 S. Plymouth Ct., Chicago. The program has been approved for 4.25 IL Professional Responsibility Credit and 1.75 IL MCLE Credit.

Our panelists include some of the most experienced practice management advisors in the country: Jim Calloway, J.D., Director, Management Assistance Program at the Oklahoma Bar Association; Natalie Kelly, Director, Law Practice Management Program, State Bar of Georgia; Catherine Sanders Reach, Director, CBA Law Practice Management & Technology Division; and Reid Trautz, J.D., Director, Practice and Professionalism Center, American Immigration Lawyers Association.

The presentation will provide practical and proven guidance to lawyers in various settings to create effective, ethical and efficient solo and small firm practices. In this economy you have to give yourself the best chance for success. Invest in yourself. Invest a day to learn the best practices for your law practice. Invest in your future. Whether you are just starting out or looking to inject new ideas and energy into your existing firm, this is an event you won’t want to miss.

Topics include:

  • Becoming a Law Practice Entrepreneur
  • Budgeting and Financing
  • Building a Client Base
  • Using the Web/Social Media for Practice Development
  • Money Talks
  • All About Clients
  • Managing the Matter
  • Risk Management
  • The Life of the Lawyer

PLUS a networking lunch with the speakers, sponsored by CBA Administrators

Register to attend in person, or online (am and pm sessions are separate registrations) or call 312-554-2056

About Catherine Reach

Catherine Sanders Reach is the Director of Law Practice Management & Technology at the Chicago Bar Association.