October Tuesdays at the Bar Programs
If you have ideas for topics that would be helpful to your law practice, please send those ideas to Melissa Nicoletti at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tuesday, Oct. 6 — Client-Centered, Interest-Based Approach to Client Counseling, Problem Solving and Conflict Resolution
Joe McMahon will speak on client counseling, problem solving and conflict. The lawyer’s job is to convert real-life questions into legal questions so that they can be dispatched by legal answers and processes. One general credit applied for.
Tuesday, Oct. 13 — Free Job Search and Career Transition Support Group
Attend the brown-bag group session and participate in a safe, confidential forum where you can share your experiences, network and get practical information to enhance your job search or career transition efforts. No CLE credit.
Tuesday, Oct. 20 — Client Communication and Informed Consent Under CRPC 1.4
Dave Little, member of the CBA Ethics Committee, will discuss Client Communication and Informed Consent. One ethics credit applied for.
Tuesday, Oct. 27 — Current Issues in Family Law
Russel Murray, former chair of the Family Law Section, will update the most current issues in the family law arena. One general credit applied for.
Wednesday, Oct. 28 — Coffee Talk: Not-So-Solo
If you think you can go solo all alone, you’re wrong. Even if you’re the only one on your firm’s payroll, there are countless people who, if the relationships are cultivated, are very important to a solo attorney's success. Solo practitioner Neeti Pawar offers practical tips for the aspiring self-employed attorney, such as best practices for preparing to launch, bookkeeping, insurance, overhead and other specifics related to running your own firm. It’s listening, networking and adding value to the community that distinguishes the successful "solo" practitioner.