General, Solo, Small Firms, Law Office Technology/Management

Scaling Small Law: Business Education for the Entrepreneurial Lawyer

Description:

Are you interested in business education that is more intensive than a single CLE course? If so, the Scaling Small Law program may be the right fit for you. This 4-month long program is designed for entrepreneurial lawyers, solo practitioners or newly formed solo/small firms looking to strategically and sustainably scale and modernize their law practice. This comprehensive business education and development program contains distinct units of study including business planning, marketing, solo/small firm finance and budgeting, client service and experience, ethical considerations and outsourcing and leveraging technology. 

Candidates will need to complete the application in order to be considered for the program. Applications are due by Monday, August 2. All applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis as spots are limited. 


Program Commitment:

Participants will have weekly assignments or activities that could include self-guided work, roundtables with experts, small group activities and discussions or video training courses. Weekly assignments will need to be completed from mid-August to mid-December, and participants should be prepared to set aside 2-3 hours each week throughout the duration of the program in order to complete the assigned tasks. By the end of the program, we hope participants walk away with a strategic plan, access to tools and resources and the ability to leverage technology in order to enhance their lawyer life. See syllabus for dates and activities. Upon successful completion of the program, participants will earn 15 dual CLE hours.


 

Questions? Please contact TBA Coordinator Chelsea Bennett at cbennett@tnbar.org.

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