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June 7 Event Focuses on Challenges Facing Small Firms

On Wednesday, June 7, American Lawyer Media will present its Small Firm Business Forum in West Los Angeles. For this all-day forum, the editorial team at Small Firm Business magazine, have assembled a faculty of noted small firm attorneys, administrators and consultants from around the country who understand the distinctive needs of the small law firmand are set to address them.

Through special arrangement with American Lawyer Media, readers of this newsletter can attend the June 7 Small Firm Business Forum free of charge - a $375 value. Readers should enter the promotional code IFL in the appropriate box on the registration form to claim their free registration.

Topics to be covered, include how small firms are:

  • Creating succession plans to secure the future of their firm
  • Differentiating themselves with magnificent marketing and branding strategies
  • Tackling technology
  • Implementing lateral hiring and diversity plans
  • Selling their services to big clients

Sessions include:

  • Marketing Marvels: Best Practices to Market and Brand Your Firm
  • General Counsel Commentary: Learn Why Corporations Are Selecting the Small Firm
  • Tech It Up a Notch: Protecting Your PC from Natural Disasters, Server Crashes and Data Loss
  • Fast-Forward Your Firm: How to Plan for the Future
  • Down to the Dollar: Strategies for Maximizing Your Firm’s Budget and Retirement Plan

The Small Firm Business Forum will be held at the Wyndham Bel Age Hotel in Los Angeles.

The Forum is scheduled to follow American Lawyer Media's LegalTech West Coast on June 5 and 6, 2006, at the Westin Bonaventure Hotel in downtown Los Angeles. Produced by ALM Events, LegalTech is the number one resource for law firms and legal departments to get hands-on practical information for improving their law practice management. The conference provides an in-depth look at what the technological world has in store for lawyers and their practices. It also includes an expansive exhibit floor with the most extensive gathering of innovative products designed to meet attorneys' current and future technology needs.

Registration information and the complete LegalTech conference schedule is available online at http://www.almevents.com/r5/cob_page.asp?category_id=38934. Readers of this newsletter can attend the exhibit hall free of charge by downloading and printing this admission card and bringing it to the show. This complimentary pass includes entry to both Keynote Sessions, both days of Exhibits, SuperSessions and ALL Educational Programs in the Emerging Technology Track. Those with questions or comments regarding the 2006 LegalTech West Coast Conference can contact ALM Events at (800) 955-2719.

Come see Carole Levitt & Mark Rosch in the exhibit hall June 5 & 6 for a chance to win a copy of our newest book "The Cybersleuth's Guide to the Internet."

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For more information on these and other upcoming seminars, see our calendar of upcoming continuing legal education seminars.

 

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