February 29, 2008
Top 10 reasons NOT to attend the Solo & Small Practitioner Conference
(10) Your employees love you so much that they pay you to come to work.
(9) You already have 4 phones and don’t need to win a BlackBerry.
(8) Your personal trainer won’t allow you to accept a free lunch.
(7) Your idea of a National Speaker is Ben Gelber.
(6) You think you’re Bill Gates when it comes to technology!
(5) You graduated summa cum laude from Wharton School of Business.
(4) You hired a secretary just to divert all the new client calls to other attorneys.
(3) Your firm coffers are so full of cash that you make Scrooge McDuck look poor.
(2) Your Life Coach said, “You know everybody you need to know—Stop the Networking!”
(1) You have all the CLE you could ever need—even if the price is just $99 for 6 hours!
Get down-to-earth, practical advice on how to increase your income and don’t spend an arm and a leg to attend. Presenters for “Solo and Small Firm Power: The Best Things Come in Small Packages” are keynote speaker Jim Calloway, nationally recognized small and solo practitioner guru; Brett Burney, a legal technology consultant from Cleveland; and attorney John M. Alton of Alton & Barclay. Seminar is Friday, March 7 from 9:00 a.m. – 4:40 p.m. for 6.0 hours of CLE credit including 1.0 ethics.
Jim Calloway’s participation in the conference is made possible through the generous sponsorship of ProNational Insurance Company and Hilb Rogal and Hobbs. Cost for this all-day conference which includes lunch is $99 prepaid/$125 day of for members, $150 prepaid/$175 day of for non-members. Register online by clicking here, or phone 614/221.4112 for event #3775. Register early as space is limited.