The coronavirus pandemic’s impact on the legal industry can be particularly hard for solo practitioners and small firms. Court closures and docket backlogs raise the hurdles a small office already faces in managing and clearing cases. That’s why, on Thursday, February 11, CVN will feature two noted attorneys who will share their advice on how to fine tune your solo practice so it successfully navigates the pandemic and thrives in the years ahead.
In “Building a Solo Practice to Withstand a Pandemic,” MG Law’s Michael Geoffroy and the Glover Law Firm’s Gordon Glover will discuss the practical tools and approaches critical to building a stronger, more efficient solo practice.
Building a Solo Practice to Withstand a Pandemic
Thursday February 11, 1 p.m. Eastern
- How to best audit your cases throughout their entire life cycle to ensure
you’re prioritizing them by their true value to your practice.
- How to perform monthly caseload analysis to increase efficiency and clear cases faster.
- The technological tools crucial to saving time and cutting costs.
- Keys to growing your network and referrals.
And much more. Geoffroy and Glover will share their decades of combined experience running successful practices in Georgia and Florida. The pair will also devote time to answer questions from viewers. This free webinar is tailored to solo practitioners looking to emerge from the pandemic with a stronger, more efficient business.
CVN Presents: Building a Solo Practice to Withstand a Pandemic
February 11, 1 p.m. Eastern.
MG Law’s Michael Geoffroy has led his personal injury practice focusing on auto collisions, premises liability, wrongful death, and catastrophic injury, for more than a decade. Honored by The National Trial lawyers 40 Under 40 and the NTL’s Top 100, as well as by the Georgia Pro Bono Legal Project, Geoffroy maintains offices in Atlanta, Conyers, and Covington, Georgia.
Gordon Glover, of the Glover Law Firm, with offices in Ocala and The Villages, Florida, has spent more than 15 years leading a successful practice focusing on personal injury and business litigation. An adjunct professor at the University of Florida’s Levin College of Law, Glover is a past member of The Florida Bar Board of Governors and currently serves on the Florida Commission on Access to Civil Justice.
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