How to Win with Small Firm Resources

On Monday I featured tips on how to tame the digital chaos, one of the many presentations at the inaugural 2016 OSB Solo & Small Firm Section Conference.

Today’s post is a compilation of gems from “You Don’t Have to be Big: How Clients Can Win with Your Small Firm Resources,” featuring Megan Burgess, Thomas Hill, and Tim Williams.  Click here to learn what these panelists had to say.  Here are a few tidbits:

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Money Matters

Are concerns about money keeping you up at night?  You’re not alone.  Almost three-quarters of adults say money problems are a major stressor in their lives, according to the American Psychological Association.

We’ve put together a unique program to help you with personal and business finances.  Join us on January 29, 2010 to hear Brian Farr, a professional financial counselor, talk about how to:

  • Develop greater awareness of the factors that can sabotage finances
  • Navigate financial conversations with greater ease
  • Communicate more clearly and effectively about money issues with your family, law partners, and clients 
  • Create a clear and accurate snapshot of your financial picture

 Dee Crocker and I will add our tips and advice on:

  • Setting up a budget
  • Evaluating profitability
  • Writing a business plan
  • Establishing law office checks and balances
  • Finding ways to save on practice resources

This program qualifies for 3.25 general MCLE credits in Oregon. At $15, it’s a great bargain.  Registration is open now.  I hope to see you there!

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