Are you a 1L, 2L or 3L interested in working in a small law firm or as a solo practitioner? Would you like the opportunity to learn from and network with hundreds of solo and small firm attorneys from across the state of Missouri? Would you like to put yourself in a position to make contacts in nearly every imaginable practice area?
If so, please consider attending the Missouri Solo and Small Firm Conference, June 11-14, in Branson, MO. The law school has a sponsorship program which will cover the cost of lodging and conference materials. You will only be responsible for travel and meals, so this is a great deal for students!
There are several networking events, as well as over 60 educational sessions on substantive law, technology, ethics, practice management and more. It is a great opportunity to learn both substance and business related to small firm practice, and we may be able to connect you with a Mizzou alum at the conference who can help you make more contacts in your areas of interest.
There are 23,000 attorneys who live and/or practice in Missouri, and 60% of those attorneys practice in a solo and small firm. Without a starting point, it could be overwhelming to attempt to build contacts with solo and small firm attorneys. The Solo and Small Firm Conference can be the starting point you need!
If you are looking for an informative, beneficial and fun networking opportunity, the Solo and Small Firm Conference is the place for you. Don’t delay, apply today!
You must apply by THIS FRIDAY (April 25) at 2:30 p.m. Applications should be turned in to Lesley Clark in room 103.
You can find more information at http://www.mobar.org/mosolo14/, and please contact Kate Busch if you have questions about the application, requirements, or responsibilities while at the conference.