The Road Show Returns
With the turn of the new year, your LOMAP team will hit the road again to bring the Bar Association to you. Join Bar speakers and local presenters as we discuss topics such as:
Check out where the Roadshow and LOMAP will be heading this year:
LOMAP's staff is available to offer CLE programs in your community as part of a local bar meeting or other venue.
Subject areas can respond to your local preferences and can include:
Protecting Client Interests
For solo practitioners, a risk arises of client harm in the event of your disability or death. The WSBA now has the tools for you to spot the issues, plan, and enable your family to rest easier if the unexpected ever happens to you.
Ethics Updates and Technology
A review of updates to the RPCs in the last year and what's on the horizon. Plus a discussion of the current state of Ethics Rules regarding technology, and a look at potential future developments in this area.
Reality Check: A Self-Audit for Your Practice
You hear a lot about "benchmarks" and "best practices." But how does all of this apply to your practice? We take a look at the more important features of a successful practice. From client management to technology, and everything in between.
You hear a lot about cloud computing, data security, virtual staff services, and proper data back-up methods, as well as the latest updates to practice management software and intelligent business management.
Charity Anastasio graduated from the University of Washington with a BA degree in English in 2001 and Seattle University School of Law with a JD in 2007. She opened her practice in 2008 where she focused on Estate Planning, Probate, and Family Law issues in her Kirkland office. In 2013, she joined the WSBA's LOMAP team as a Practice Management Advisor. Now she has the honor of meeting lawyers where they are at in their newly budding, transitioning or winding up of their solo or small firm, assisting lawyers in making their practice flourish and their dreams come true.
Mary Wells received a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Marketing from Western Michigan University and a Master of Business Administration degree from Western Washington University. She has worked in diverse areas of business administration, including serving as Human Resources Director for a non-profit mental health agency and as Office Manager for a rural law practice. She joined the WSBA in 2014 as a Practice Management Advisor with the Law Office Management Assistance Program and enjoys helping members with all aspects of managing their law practices.
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