Get A Life Conference Will Be Streamed for Free

As you might be aware, the Total Practice Management Assocation is hosting its inaugural Get a Life.™ Conference (follow #GAL09 on Twitter) Wednesday and Thursday of this week (May 27-28th) in Chicago. True to its mission of educating legal professionals with practical, “how to” marketing, operations and practice management advice, the conference will be streamed live and free of charge during the two day event. Simply visit www.totalpma.org (and click on Watch the LIVE Conference Web Cast banner) beginning Wednesday, May 27th at 8:30am CST to listen in live on any of the 19 sessions focused on helping attendees get more out of their law practice and life. The agenda highlights sessions from speakers such as practice development consultant Gerry Riskin; legal blogging expert Kevin O’Keefe; author of Law Business Revolution blog Alexis Martin Neely; law firm marketing expert Larry Bodine; and Rainmaker Institute CEO Stephen Fairley on the following topics:

  • Bulletproofing® Your Clients and Your Joy of Life (keynote)
  • Effective Blogging and Social Media
  • Building Your Personal & Client Business Development Plans
  • Billing 101: Fees, Finance & the Bottom Line
  • Insights on Outsourcing
  • Recruiting and Selecting Talented people
  • Create Your Own Strategic Plan

Get A Life Conference Agenda

Get A Life Speaker List

~ by CDLB on May 27, 2009.

One Response to “Get A Life Conference Will Be Streamed for Free”

  1. Missed this opportunity but would like to know of future events like this. I’m opening a law office in Philadelphia. Thank you.

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