Solo Practice Network
2013 Solo Practice Institute and Pre-Institute Workshop
Exclusively for Stetson Law alumni
Jan. 31-Feb. 2 | Tampa Law Center
Develop your business skills for building and maintaining a private law practice by attending sessions on the following topics:
- Time, billing and collection
- Technology tips
- Ethically advertising and marketing your practice
- Managing risks
- Developing alternative revenue streams (Pre-Institute Workshop)
- Attracting and maintaining clients (Pre-Institute Workshop)
Who Should Attend?
Any Stetson Law graduate, no matter their current practice setting or experience level, interested in developing business skills and best practices for building, maintaining, and managing a private law firm. Stetson's Solo Practice Network programming is designed to benefit all Stetson Law alumni, not just solo practitioners.
Registration for the 2013 Solo Practice Institute includes:
- Network-building dinner and address by Mark Britton
- Admission to all educational sessions
- Electronic copies of all seminar materials
- Continental breakfast, lunch and refreshment breaks on each day of the Solo Practice Institute
- Network building and mentorship opportunities
- CLE Credits: Application will be made to The Florida Bar for CLE credits.
Registration includes admission to all educational seminars, electronic copies of materials, continental breakfasts, refreshment and lunch breaks, and keynote dinner (for 2013 Solo Practice Institute registrants):
|Pre-Institute Workshop (Jan. 31):||$95|
|2013 Solo Practice Institute (Feb. 1-2):||$245|
|Pre-Institute Workshop and 2013 Solo Practice Institute:||$295|
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Founder, CEO and President of Avvo
"Lawyer Marketing and Business Development: The Rise of Social, Local and Mobile"
Through his work with Avvo, Expedia and Orbitz, Mark Britton has been a central figure at the intersection of the Internet and professional services for over a decade. His passion for helping consumers make better choices regarding professionals led to him being named one of Seattle's "Top 25 Innovators" by Seattle Business magazine in 2007. Britton is also a frequent commentator on consumer issues, regularly appearing on programs such as ABC's "Good Morning America," Fox Business' "America's Nightly Scoreboard," CNBC's "Power Lunch," CNN's "CNN Money" and Dow Jones' "MarketWatch." Britton received his law degree from George Washington University. He holds a degree in finance from Gonzaga University and serves on Gonzaga's board of regents.