MCLE webcast: Starting a Law Firm


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Eric Cooperstein and I are teaching a two-hour webcast CLE tomorrow on starting a law firm. We will cover business forms, technology, ethics, marketing, practice management, and much more.

Anyone can attend; the webcast will be streamed live, and you can ask questions during the presentation by sending an e-mail.

Visit the seminar page to sign up. Here is the lowdown from MCLE:

Thursday, July 23, 2009
9:00 – 11:00 a.m. (CDT)

New Lawyer Experience: Starting a Law Firm

This Minnesota CLE webcast is part of the Summer New Lawyer Experience. Many new lawyers are considering opening their own firms. In this webcast, the panelists will discuss the legal, business, ethical, and practical considerations in starting a firm. Any lawyer thinking about starting their own practice will benefit from this webcast.

– Paul Floyd; Wallen-Friedman & Floyd, PA
– Sam Glover; Samuel J. Glover & Associates, LLC
– Eric Cooperstein; Law Office of Eric T. Cooperstein, PLLC (moderator)


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  • Andy Winchell

    Will this be archived somewhere? I doubt I will be available tomorrow to watch it.

  • MCLE may offer a replay. Check in with Peter Berge at MCLE, twitter username @smallfirm.

  • Diane Oraif

    I just now saw this article….three months after the event. Will you do a repeat, or make a podcast available?

  • Diane, check the comment above you. We are also working on a follow-up. Stay tuned!