7th Annual ABA GPSolo National Solo & Small Firm Conference

The National Law Review is pleased to bring you information about the upcoming 7th Annual ABA GPSolo National Solo & Small Firm Conference:


October 11 – 13, 2012


  • Westin Seattle
  • 1900 5th Av
  • Seattle, WA, 98101
  • United States of America

The Seventh Annual ABA GPSolo National Solo & Small Firm Conference is an educational and professional forum that will discuss legal developments in the law that impact solo, general practitioners, and small firms.  The conference is designed to engage and inform attorneys at all levels of practice.  Attendees will gain practical knowledge from an expert faculty comprised of well-known nationally acclaimed speakers.

This conference will cover a wide spectrum of topics including Practice Empowerment, Technology, and Basic Skills.

Practice Empowerment topics include:

  • Law firm and client development
  • Unbundling of legal services
  • Mastering the courtroom
  • Ethics 20/20 update
  • Estate planning for same sex couples
  • Persuasive legal writing

Technology programs will explore:

  • Using an iPad in litigation
  • The best apps and technology for your practice
  • Virtual offices and cloud computing
  • The ethics of legal technology
  • Building your practice through technology and advertising

The Basic Skills programs are a must for law students, new practitioners, and those looking to change or expand practice areas. Topics include:

  • Immigration
  • Criminal Law
  • Federal Estate Tax
  • Federal Rules of Evidence
  • Bankruptcy
  • Intellectual Property
  • Real Estate
  • Business Law

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