Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Legal Mapmaker™ seminar aims to help young lawyers open firms

Originally published by Eric Quitugua.

Young lawyers interested in establishing their own law firms can get guidance at a three-day seminar at Baylor Law School , August 16-18.


Legal Mapmaker™, which is sponsored by Baylor Law School in collaboration with other law schools and the State Bar of Texas, aims to equip new lawyers with the tools to start practices that provide legal services to the public efficiently and affordably.

This year’s event, which will be held at the Sheraton Hotel in downtown Fort Worth,
will feature one-on-one sessions with experts and live presentations on several topics, including:

• Mission & Professionalism
• Building a Powerful Network
• Alternative Fee Arrangements
• Business Planning
• Cyber Security
• Technology
• Financial Management
• Health & Wellness
• Office & Staffing
• Marketing
• Website Development
• Avoiding Malpractice
• Professional Liability Coverage
• Bar & Community Involvement
• Client Relations & Delivery of Services
• Case Evaluation & Referrals
• State Bar Member Benefits
• Coaching

Legal Mapmaker™ is anticipated to count for up to 16 hours of total Texas CLE credit, which includes up to three hours of ethics credit. An application for accreditation for this activity has been submitted to the MCLE Committee of the State Bar of Texas and is pending.

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