Lots going on at Solo Practice University and we wanted to share!
Here are some of May’s most widely read posts from BSP @ SPU and our student bloggers:
- What Has @LadyGaga Got To Do With Lawyers? – Guest Blogger, Daniel Perry
- Defining Your Ideal Client and Connecting With Them
- Lurie Daniel-Favors Series on Debt Collection
- Debt Collector Harassment (FDCPA)
There were a number of highly informative additions to our ever-growing curriculum including:
Lesson 4 of Fixing Your Fees, Fixing Your Practice where Jay Shepherd discusses Questions Surrounding Pricing.
The LawBiz Management classroom is chock full of new material from Ed Poll, including Incentive Based Compensation, Client Expectations, Suing Your Client and Time Management.
Trashing the Timesheet is the latest posting at The Solo Practice of the Future by Ronald Baker. Ron Baker is a must for all attending SPU.
Lesson 10 in Entertainment Law was provided by Gordon Firemark, Mental Health, Balance, Values, Big Rocks and Cease & Desist Letters. This generated a lot of discussion.
Kira Fonteneau posted Lesson 1, Building Your Landlord Tenant Practice, atLandlord Tenant Law. Growing area of law all solos should learn to supplement their practices.
Green Opportunity is the subject of Class 10 in Construction Practice 101 from Chris Hill
Jay Fleischman discussed the Initial Client Interview in Lesson 18 of Consumer Bankruptcy Law.
Lesson 9 of Introduction to Special Education Law is on the topic of Attorney’s Fees, from Jennifer Laviano.
4 Keys to Marketing Your Law Practice is Lesson 14 of Mark Merenda’s Marketing for Lawyers.
Stephanie Kimbro shares More Samples of Virtual Law Practice in Virtual Law Practice. She will now being offering free 30 minutes consults to address individual concerns.
Lesson 4 in Business Law from Trippe Fried is Financing a Business Entity.
Lesson 6 – It’s a big topic in the news and now Brian Herrington discusses it in his Class Action Law classroom, Multidistrict Litigation (MDL) and the BP Oil Spill. Brian will continue to weave the BP Oil Spill information into his classes.
Freelance Lawyering 101′s Class 2 addresses Getting Started, by Kimberly Alderman. This class is another hot topic for many SPU students.
In the Legal Blogging classroom we had One Easy Way to Get More Comments on Your Blog from James Chartrand. James also gave us Why You Need to Brand Your Practice Like a Beer at Pen and Perception.
SPU is not just about the faculty! We have numerous students with highly informative and interesting voices and we want to highlight a couple of these blogs this month.
Have you checked out Lurie Daniel Favors’ blog? The Race and Law Report is a great resource. Lurie’s latest post is entitled Dear Arizona – Welcome to New York.
Another great SPU blog comes from Margaret Keavney. The latest post from her Kea-Notes blog is Head in the Clouds.
Be sure to also check out the Friday Fun Fact: Comic Book Edition from Krista Robertson, another SPU student blogger!
And don’t forget! Solo Practice University has formed a strategic partnership with Lawlines.com to offer our new annual subscribers one year of free unlimited online CLE. If you’ve hesistated to enroll at SPU because of the need to satisfy your CLE requirement, hesitate no more. This new strategic partnership makes Solo Practice University the # 1 educational and professional networking online destination to create and grow your solo and small firm practice.
Hope to see you on the inside!