These are challenging times for lawyers and law firms, especially for solo and small firm practitioners. Whether you are newly graduated, considering transitioning to the solo/small firm world or a seasoned pro, the IndyBar’s Survive & Thrive 2015 program coming up on Wed., Dec. 9 will help you build and brush up on essential tools, information and connections to help move beyond surviving and into thriving in the practice of law.
In just one day, you’ll get practical advice, answers to specific questions and important tips on how to build and grow a successful business. You’ll also complete most or all of your required yearly CLE hours while connecting with other practitioners who can share valuable, informal “been there” advice. Relevant and topical programming combined with respected local speakers makes Survive & Thrive 2015 an essential and cost-effective program for all solo and small firm practitioners.
All full-day registrations include a light breakfast, lunch and a reception/social with two free drinks and plenty of appetizers.
IndyBar Solo/Small Firm Practice Section members receive even more benefits—and yes, you can still become a Section member:
Discounted registration for section members: $175 for 6.5 CLE credits, including 3.0 Ethics credits.
Multiple full-day scholarships are available for section members.
Two hour-long à la carte CLE sessions are free to Plus CLE section members—and each includes a meal.
Opportunity to win one of four $50 gift cards to area restaurants—in order to win, you must be a section member, and you must be present!
If you can’t commit to a full day of programming, drop in for an hourlong à la carte session and meal! Two options are available: an 8:30 a.m. plenary session on civility, featuring the formidable and sharp-witted Magistrate Marie L. Kern and/or a fantastic lunchtime (noon) judicial panel featuring the Indiana Court of Appeals’ newest addition, the Honorable Robert L. Altice Jr., along with the Honorable Amy Jones, the Honorable Marc Rothenberg, Presiding Magistrate Marie L. Kern, and Master Commissioner Marshelle Dawkins Broadwell, all of Marion Superior and Circuit Courts.•