2/7 - Business School for Lawyers - Session 1 (Valparaiso)

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Friday  February 7, 2014 

 
Dates: See below
Credit hours: See below

February 7 - Session 1: Strategic Thinking for Lawyers (6.0 NLS)
February 8 - Session 2: Ethics & Business Development I (6.0 CLE/Ethics)
February 28 - Session 3: Financial Accounting & Tax Reporting (1.5 CLE & 4.5 NLS)
April 4 - Session 4: Ethics & Business Development I (6.0 CLE/Ethics)
May 2 - Session 5: Developing a Law Firm's Human Capital (1.5 CLE & 4.5 NLS)

Cost:
ISBA Members
$575 per session or $2,625 for all 5 sessions ($525 per session)

Non-ISBA Members
$675 per session or $3,375 for all 5 sessions ($675 per session)

ISBA Young Lawyers Section Members
$475 per session or $2,375 for all 5 sessions ($475 per session)

Location: Valparaiso University

Provider: Indiana State Bar Association in partnership with Butler University

Contact information:
Indiana State Bar Association
800-266-2581
MaryAnn Williams
mwilliams@inbar.org
www.inbar.org
 

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