Business Planning From Advanced Legal Studies

Starting and succeeding in your own practice

4 - 7:30 p.m. Thursdays, Jan. 22 and Jan. 29, 2009
Suffolk University Law School
120 Tremont St., Boston

"Business Planning" is a two-session program sponsored by the Center for Advanced Legal Studies and the New Lawyer's Section of the Boston Bar Association.

The economy is tough, but many small law firms are thriving -- doing well both organizationally and financially. In fact, there is a new trend in the practice of law. The old partnership model is being replaced by the solo practice. More and more lawyers are finding that sole practice has tremendous advantages and that using the right tools brings success and profits. Today, solo owners go beyond being simply sole practitioners. They are building firms with fifteen or more attorneys and even more staff members.

To building the ideal law practice, a lawyer needs a clear, well-defined, road map: the business plan.

This unique program will teach each participant how to build a carefully crafted business plan.

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