Event offers attendees numerous educational sessions, networking opportunities, and an exhibit hall that showcases services and products to help the solo and small firm lawyer expand their career and improve the efficiency of their law practice.
Online PR News – 30-August-2012 – Chicago, IL – The Illinois State Bar Association’s (ISBA) 8th Annual Solo and Small Firm Conference will be held Thursday through Saturday, September 13-15, 2012, at the Westin Northwest Chicago, 400 Park Boulevard, in Itasca, Ill.
The event, considered the premiere conference in Illinois dedicated to meet the needs of the solo and small firm lawyer, offers attendees numerous educational sessions, networking opportunities, and an exhibit hall that showcases services and products to help the solo and small firm lawyer expand their career and improve the efficiency of their law practice.
Attendees can choose from four tracks of programming – substantive law, legal technology, effective and ethical practice, and practice fundamentals – with topics ranging from healthcare reform for small employers and going paperless in the real world, to the 10 things judges wish you knew about legal writing, and technology and the rules of professional conduct. The plenary speaker at Thursday evening’s dinner is Todd Winegar, who will present his “Trials of the Century Overview” program
Other special events include Ben Neiburger's “Baby Boomers, The Age Wave, and the Commoditization of the Practice of Law: How to Survive the Storm” and co-exist with
Legal Zoom, Rocket Lawyer and other form producers; and Comedians at Law, hot off their six-city national club tour – Lawmageddon 2012.
The cost is $425 per person for ISBA members and $725 per person for non-members. For more information and to register, visit http://www.isba.org/soloconference
The 33,000-member ISBA (isba.org), with offices in Springfield and Chicago, provides professional services to Illinois lawyers, and education and services to the public through a website (illinoislawyerfinder.com), a cable television program (“Illinois Law”), consumer brochures, and distribution of legal, informational news to daily and weekly newspapers.