My friend Ernie Svenson is doing a webinar next Thursday for lawyers small firms (or those who are about to start a solo or small firm practice).
The webinar is about how to make more money while working less by making sensible use of technology.
It’s geared to lawyers of all ages and tech ability—even so-called “dinosaur lawyers” who can barely do email. In other words, it will be helpful to everyone.
The webinar will last about 30 minutes, followed by a Q&A session (which will probably be as valuable as the webinar itself).
You can sign up for free, but it’s best to register soon because space is limited.
Here’s the link to sign up for free.
In case you aren’t familiar with Ernie, he’s a New Orleans attorney who spent 20 years working on paper-intensive corporate cases in a big firm. But along the way he figured out how to use technology to simplify his practice.
After becoming a partner in the big firm he burned out. So he left to start a more satisfying solo practice. Then he started helping other solo & small firm lawyers learn to make their practices run smoother.
He’s written several books and spoken around the country for ABA programs, and state bar programs.
His webinar is called “12 Steps to Creating a Thriving Law Practice,” and it’s about the system he used to harness technology to make his practice more profitable and easier to manage.
It’s something he’s been teaching other lawyers for awhile now. Lawyers like these are just a few of the ones who sing his praises:
- “I learned how to develop systems that will make my practice more efficient and profitable” —Christine Senne, Florida attorney
- “My expectations have been thoroughly exceeded in just about every way.”—Matt Newman
- “I recommend this seminar to anyone who wants to work smarter…while watching everyone else run around in circles.”—Catherine Fairchild
- “Thank you for offering this indispensable service to your fellow lawyers”—Kristie Cross
- “I can honestly say that I’m years ahead of where I would be if had not attended [Ernie’s seminar]” —Keith Magness
Anyway, like I said, it’s free to sign up. And I know Ernie will give you great information, in an entertaining way.
So, check it out.