More than War Stories / How to Build a Successful Solo or Small Firm Law Practice
Having your own law practice can be an incredibly rewarding experience, but being successful can be a daunting task for those new to the business. The UCLA School of Law would like to make things a little easier for you by inviting you to our "How to Build a Successful Law Practice" seminar. Learn from a panel of successful, established practitioners as they help you navigate issues ranging from picking an office location, meeting insurance obligations, staffing your office and more.
If you're thinking of opening your practice, or want to get practical advice for building up your existing practice, UCLA is the place to be on September 10.
Tuesday, September 10, 2013
UCLA School of Law, Room 1357
Jane Oak ’98, Law Offices of Jane Oak
(Immigration, Real Estate, Trademark)
Kelly A. Knight, Law Offices of Kelly A. Knight
(Employment, Personal Injury)
Lloyd Lee, Law Offices of Lloyd Lee
(Business, Real Estate & Transactional)
Malinda Mueller, LA County Law Library
Robert Kang ’02, UCLA School of Law Alumni Association
Opening Speaker: Diego Arp ’03, President, UCLA School of Law Alumni Association
Parking available for $11 in Structure 2
(enter at Westholme and Hilgard Avenues)
Sponsored by UCLA School of Law
The program will last approximately 90 minutes. One hour of general MCLE credit will be available.
Co-Sponsored by Korean American Bar Association and LA County Law Library
UCLA School of Law is a State Bar of California approved MCLE provider.