2/26 - Transition to Practice: Ethical Client Development (Indianapolis)

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Tuesday  February 26, 2013 

The Professional Code of Conduct dictates much of what you can and can’t do to attract clients to your practice. Learn techniques for finding and developing your client base that keep you in good standing with the Professional Code of Conduct, where to find ethical networking opportunities and how to make the most of them.
The Transition to Practice Series is designed to provide practical no-nonsense guidance for law students and new attorneys on how to practice law. Experienced practitioners will lead these presentations on essentials every new lawyer needs to know.

Speakers:
  - Derrick Wilson, New Albany
  - Andrea Ciobanu, Indianapolis
  - Marc Matheny, Indianapolis

Date: Tuesday, February 26, 2013
Time (local time): 4:30 - 5:30 pm

Credit: 1.0 CLE/Ethics Hours

Cost:
$10 Attorneys in practice less than 3 years
$20 Attorneys in practice more than 3 years

Location: IU McKinney School of Law
Room 245, 530 W. New York St., Indianapolis 46202

Provider: Indiana State Bar Assocation (ISBA)

Contact Information:
Indiana State Bar Association
(317) 639-5465 or Toll Free (800)-266-2581
sallen@inbar.org
www.inbar.org, click under events for registration and additional information
Click here for registration brochure

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