PROFESSIONAL CAREER DEVELOPMENT FOR THE PLAINTIFF'S LAWYER - KNOWING WHO YOU ARE, FINDING YOUR POTENTIAL AND ADVANCING OR TRANSITIONING YOUR CAREER




Details

 

Tuesday, May 8, 2018, 6pm-9pm

 

3  CLE CREDITS: 1 Ethics, 1 Law Practice Mgmt. & 1 Skills

 

Seminar Overview:
 
• Reflect on your skills, interests and values.
•Consider whether you are reaching your potential. 
• What is your skill level and how to advance to the next level.
• Professional Norms and Values as they relate to your development.
• Why do we enjoy our work? 
• Should I branch out or can I reach my potential where I am—is the grass greener? 
• How to secure a steady flow of clients.
• Effective evaluation and prosecution of cases.
• Networking and marketing.
• The day-to-day administration of a law firm practice, big and small.
• How to manage workflow and staffing. 
• Financial considerations.
• Career transitions.
 
The Speakers include several extraordinary lawyers who have successful careers in personal injury. They have managed successful law firms, started law firms, and had personal career satisfaction and trial successes. The panel will also have a career counselor with deep knowledge and broad experience in developing initiatives focused on career planning, skill development and professional transitions.
 
Alan Fuchsberg, Esq. - Moderator
Jacob Fuchsberg Law Firm
 
Gregory J. Cannata, Esq.
Gregory J. Cannata & Associates
 
Nicole Michelle Gill, Esq.
Wingate, Russotti, Shapiro & Halperin, LLP
 
Susan M. Karten, Esq.
Susan M. Karten & Associates, LLP
 
Adele Lemlek, Esq.
Greiner Consulting Group
 
Howard Raphaelson, Esq.
Raphaelson & Levine Law Firm, PC
 
 
 
 

 

Location

New York, NY

NYSTLA

132 Nassau Street, 2nd Floor

New York, NY 10038

(212) 349-5890


Travel/Accommodations

Subway information

2 or 3 to Park Place or Fulton Street

4, 5 or 6 to Brooklyn Bridge

A or C to Broadway Nassau

R to City Hall

 


Cancellation Policy

NYSTLI requires 24 hour prior notice to cancel seminar attendance. No refunds will be given for later cancellations, or once the seminar begins.