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Below are some other particularly helpful resources developed by the LegalFuel: The Practice Resource Center of The Florida Bar that we believe you may find useful.
This 2-hour program is designed to provide a complete overview of the critical aspects and interrelated issues involved in establishing and managing a new law practice. This video by LegalFuel helps to identify and review the necessary resources for starting a law practice and how to find these resources. It covers step-by-step instructions and discusses practical tips for starting up the practice, preparing a business plan, and discuss the management skills necessary to manage a successful law practice. This course has been approved for continuing legal education credit in the following area(s): 2.5 General CLER Credits and 0.0 Ethics. Course #1263D.
Small law firms and solo practitioners now comprise more than 62% of the profession. The supply/demand equation for legal services has been shifting dramatically in recent years. The purpose of this program is to help the lawyer market legal services effectively and ethically in a highly competitive legal marketplace. This course will teach how to develop a plan for consistent action and how to weather changes in demographics, in the economy and the value curve in the public’s demand for legal services. This course has been approved for continuing legal education credit in the following area(s): 2.5 General CLER Credits and 2.5 Ethics. Course # 1265D.
This seminar provides a discussion of the current trends in professional liability insurance, and what important policies and procedures you need to be aware of that may apply to your law practice. This DVD set includes the latest information concerning where claims are generated as tracked by size of firm, areas of practice, and types of errors and omissions. Gain a deeper understanding of risk management best practices that you can take back to your firm and implement. This course has been approved for continuing legal education credit in the following area(s): 2.0 General CLE Credits and 1.0 Ethics. Course # 1374C.