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Finance and Technology MCLE for Solos and Small Firms on Saturday, June 1st

By Valerie on May 24, 2019//Leave a comment

This is the second part of our successful series of Saturday MCLEs on Solo and Small Firm Management! If you are part of a solo or small law firm, or thinking about starting one, this 2 hour MCLE program at the San Diego Law Library’s Downtown location will help you learn about key financial and technological issues related to creation and management of a solo practice or small firm.

 

We have presenters with a wealth of experience as solo practitioners or members of small firms who are ready to share their knowledge. This half-day program contains two one-hour sessions and provides two hours of general participatory MCLE credit.

 

  • 9:30 am to 10:30 am – Finance, including: trust accounts/ banking; fee agreements; billing and collection; and insurance
  • 10:30 am to 11:30 am – Technology, including: office suite and other software; phone; email; computer security; internet resources; free resources

 

The cost for each half-day is a bargain at only $25! Further discounts are available for Benefits Package holders. Register today to reserve your space! Coffee and light snacks will be provided.

 

Date: Saturday, June 1, 2019

Time: 9:30 – 11:30 a.m.

Location: San Diego Law Library, Downtown Location

MCLE: Two hours general participatory MCLE Credit

Register: online

 

About the Speaker:

Philip Shapiro, Esq. is a Marine Corps veteran and former Special Agent with the U.S. Secret Service. He is a graduate of Western State University (Thomas Jefferson) School of Law and was their 2006 alumni of the year. He has practiced law for over 30 years and is the former Chair of the Solo and Small Practice Committee of the California Lawyer’s Association.

 

David Seto, Esq. is an attorney with the firm Ching, Seto & Zhang, practicing estate planning, personal injury and debt. Mr. Seto started his career with a different perspective than other attorneys. He worked first as a scientist learning attention to detail and how to use technology to deliver better results in less time and money.

 

 

 

 

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