7.0 CLER Hours Applied for with The Florida Bar
RJON will offer one-on-one consultations to a handful of participants the day of the event.
E-mail email@example.com for a detailed summary of this CLE program.
AGENDA: The introduction addresses the ethics of running a successful law firm. The premise is that if you stop and think about it, we actually have an ethical obligation to our clients to run a successful law firm. That is, a law firm which runs profitably-enough and efficiently-enough to enable us as lawyers to be at our best when our clients need us the most. All things being equal, a lawyer who is worried about cash-flow or stressed-out because his or her law firm is chaotic and inefficient is not going to be as effective as s/he could be with a well-run law firm. This is a very important but not a very important ethical question (albeit not a very politically-popular question) we all have to consider if we take our professional obligations seriously.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND: The accomplished practitioner whose business success does not yet reflect your skills as a lawyer. The successful lawyer who wants or needs to transform the "job" you own practicing law into a law firm business that works for you. The lawyer who recently started a law firm (or you're thinking about it) and you are smart enough to know that building a sustainably successful law firm is about MORE than just being a great lawyer.
August 9, 2012
9:10 a.m. - 5:20 p.m.
Room 400 (Coastal Law)
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org (904.339.4486) for more information.
CONFERENCE FEE: JBA members | $175. Non-JBA members | $245. Law Students - $0