Nationally-Recognized Legal Tech Trainer and Local Judge/Former Solo Attorney to Keynote Solo and Small Firm Conference in February

By Kyle Schriner, Schriner Law Firm

 

Come one, come all! Attend the Solo & Small Firm Section’s first Annual Conference at BASF on February 9, 2017, from 11:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.

The Solo & Small Firm Section represents thousands of attorneys in the community, has over 250 section members, and 225 active participants on its listserv. The keynote speakers are Adriana Linares and Judge Daniel Flores, San Francisco Superior Court.

Linares is a nationally-recognized law practice consultant and legal technology trainer with her company, LawTech Partners. She is devoted to helping solos and small firms run their offices efficiently and economically.

Judge Flores was a solo attorney prior to his election to the bench in San Francisco and will share his experiences and challenges.

The autonomy of being a solo and small firm attorney is unparalleled, but don’t be left behind by larger firms with dedicated staff devoted to running their businesses. The annual conference will emphasize leading practices for running small firms more efficiently than large ones.

Additionally, take this opportunity to network with your colleagues, a vast resource for referrals, expertise and camaraderie.

Space is limited so please register right away. The cost for this event is $95 for section members, $125 for BASF members, and $150 for non-members.

The planning committee for this conference is myself; Rose-Ellen Fairgrieve, Fairgrieve Law Office; Albert Lawrence Thuesen III, Coit Law Group; and Matthew Gluck, Gluck Daniel.

 

Kyle Schriner is the principal attorney at Schriner Law Firm, a litigation firm