Are you looking for ways to increase your law firm's revenue streams? Or you have recently been fired from a law firm or internal position, but are not sure whether you are ready to take the plunge to open your own independent law firm. Learn about the power of the Pacts – agreements between lawyers that use the power of cooperation for mutual benefit.
The webinar covers the following topics:
- How to grow your practice through Power Pacts by sharing costs and creating additional sources of income;
- What kind of advice do you need before entering into a relationship?
- Why looser can be better than "firm" – the advantages of associations, affiliations and joint ventures;
- Where there are fee agreements and why it is important to get them right;
- What you should pay attention to at Power Pact partners;
- How to market and secure advice, special advice and pro-hac relationships
Who is this webinar for? This webinar is ideal for individual and small law firms looking for ways to add new areas of activity and new sources of income as soon as possible! The webinar is also aimed at recently dismissed law firms and internal lawyers of all experience levels who are looking for career opportunities but are not sure whether an individual practice is suitable for them.
Why Carolyn Elephant?? I have been running my own law firm in Washington DC for over 25 years. I worked as a consultant for large and small companies in the DC area as well as for environmental organizations. My law firm also has joint venture agreements with consultancies and other law firms. These relationships initially led to a business for my company when I couldn't find it myself, and helped expand my company's reach and find new customers. Through my blog, I advised other lawyers on these agreements and participated in the drafting of ethically compliant agreements.
This 90-minute webinar will take place on FRIDAY, MAY 29, 2020. The webinar is being recorded. Log in here to register.
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