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Managing Your Success: Practice Management at the Next Level

Dallas – Feb 9, 2018 – Cityplace Conference Center

Managing Your Success: Practice Management at the Next Level is designed to connect solo and small firm practitioners with the latest tips and tricks for making the most of their practice, including the latest developments in marketing and business development, financial management, human resources, office space, and avoiding malpractice. Attendees will learn to: Ensure compliance with disciplinary rules when using today’s technology tools. Effectively brand and market a legal practice, including generating leads. Assess the financial health of your law firm and make sure your practice is efficient for both you and your clients. Expand your firm by hiring contract or associate attorneys. Maintain mindfulness amidst the stress of being a small firm practitioner. Select, keep, and even fire clients as needed . Attendees will also receive an additional 1.5 hours of on-demand ethics hours after the conference to help them complete their MCLE ethics requirement. more »

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In-House
Bring the conference in-house. Audio presentations, papers, and slides for learning with your colleagues—for MCLE credit.

Includes audio plus a binder for each participant.
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On-demand learning. Stream or download the best presentations from our live conferences—for MCLE credit.


Includes audio, papers and slides.

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Comprehensive audio and binders from live conferences—for research and self-study.


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Practice Skills

From Parties to Presidents: Dealing With Decision-Maker Commentary

Jason Boulette
Presented at the 2017 Page Keeton Civil Litigation Conference

Paper – 45 pgs
$25
Slides – 12 pgs
$5

Texas Anti-SLAPP Law and Early Dismissals Updated

Mark C. Walker
Presented at the 2017 Page Keeton Civil Litigation Conference

Paper – 92 pgs
$25
Slides – 25 pgs
$25

Business Torts and Damages

Karen C. Burgess, Stacy Rogers Sharp
Presented at the 2017 Page Keeton Civil Litigation Conference

Paper – 28 pgs
$25

Recent Condemnation Issues

Roy R. Brandys, Blaire A. Knox, Nicholas P. Laurent, Christopher J. Oddo
Presented at the 2017 Page Keeton Civil Litigation Conference

Paper – 23 pgs
$25
Slides – 16 pgs
$5

Opening Statements and Closing Arguments—How Far Can You Go?

Francisco Guerra IV, Alex Work, Alexandra R. Work
Presented at the 2017 Page Keeton Civil Litigation Conference

Paper – 14 pgs
$25
Slides – 37 pgs
$25

Demonstrative Evidence: How to Get It Into Evidence, As Well As Into the Jury’s Mind

Joshua M. Sandler, Britta Stanton
Presented at the 2017 Page Keeton Civil Litigation Conference

Slides – 64 pgs
$25

Preparing Difficult Witnesses for Trial

Barry C. Barnett
Presented at the 2017 Page Keeton Civil Litigation Conference

Paper – 11 pgs
$25
Slides – 23 pgs
$5

Voir Dire: Striking the Perfect Balance

Chari L. Kelly
Presented at the 2017 Page Keeton Civil Litigation Conference

Slides – 22 pgs
$5

Dealing with Bad Facts

Quentin Brogdon
Presented at the 2017 Page Keeton Civil Litigation Conference

Paper – 21 pgs
$25
Slides – 26 pgs
$25

Monitoring and Monitored Conversations

Steven Goode, Charles Herring Jr.
Presented at the 2017 Page Keeton Civil Litigation Conference

Paper – 6 pgs
$25
Slides – 18 pgs
$5
Slides – 15 pgs
$5
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