Solo Practice University™ has more than 320 classes available to students 24/7 with many new classes posted each month. This past January we added the following classes available now:
- Gordon Firemark presented “Managing the Client Relationship” – another jampacked Entertainment Law Class.
- “Part 2 of Filing the Complaint” (Class 10) was posted in Craig Niedenthal’s class – Introduction to Products Liability Litigation.
- James Chartrand gave us “How to Write a Powerful Home Page for Your Website”, “Is Your Website Copy Comforting?” and “What Do Your Potential Clients Remember About You?” in the Pen and Perception classroom.
- John Harding’s Essentials of Family Law class educated students with “Information on Using Experts”
- Class 2 of Motorcycle Law was posted by Adam Gee: “Investigating Motorcycle Collisions”
- A good question is posed by Stephanie Kimbro in her most recent post at Virtual Law Practice: “The Competency Factor – Is Online Enough”?
- Chris Hill shares “A Bit More Marketing” in his popular ” Construction Practice 101″
- Lesson 5 of Special Education Law, entitled “LRE: The Least Restrictive Environment Provision of the IDEA” is up thanks to Jennifer Laviano
- Gerry Oginski has shared multiple interesting topics in the “Creating Online Video for Attorneys” classroom, including “What Lighting Equipment Do I Use?”, “Video Content-What To Talk About” and “AMBIENT SOUND-Listen In”
- Mark Merenda wants you to “Network Like The Godfather’ in Lesson 10 of Marketing for Lawyers
- In the LawBiz Management classroom you can watch Ed Poll’s three newest classes called “Cellphones”, “The Business Model”, or “Client Security Fund”. You can also listen in to the recorded live coaching call in “Coach’s Corner” with Karen Holman. Ed coaches a new student on Law Practice Management issues every month.
- At Legal Blogging, James Chartrand discussed “How to Deal with Negative Blog Comments”
- Part three of Lesson Three of “Nonprofits and the Law” by Sonia Jarvis is up and she teaches you “Strategies for Developing Clients”
- Bill Jawitz posted class seven in his Productivity Bootcamp: “Setting and Managing Expectations”
- A “Recap of How to Be a Buyers Attorney and Sellers Attorney” is up at The Basics of a Real Estate Transaction class courtesy of the always hard working Stefanie Devery
- Ron Baker hosted his third live teleseminar on “Value Pricing” on Monday, January 18th, and the recording is now available at The Solo Practice of the Future classroom.
- The very first lesson 1, “Business Formats” has been posted by Trippe Fried in the Business Law classroom.
- Over at Creating A Social Security Disability Practice, Jonathan Ginsberg held Session 10: “What to Expect at Your First Social Security Disability Hearing”
- Jay Fleischman put up Lesson 15, “Redemption” in the Consumer Bankruptcy Law course
- DUI Trials is Lesson 7 from Trial Techniques faculty Greg Yaghmai
As always, upon enrollment you have immediate access to all previous classes 24/7. Not a student? Enroll now.
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