By Lawyers is excited to announce that we will be presenting at the Small Law Industry Summit hosted by LEAP on 14 March 2019.
The Small Law Industry Summit is the first of its kind and will showcase some of the legal community’s most prominent thought leaders. Key issues which will be addressed include leadership, risk mitigation, practice management and innovation, high-performance cultures and the fundamental role of technology in shaping the future of the legal profession.
Our Managing Director Brad Watts will discuss the four pillars of improved practice management including:
- the importance of client focus in a modern legal practice;
- implementing systems and processes that naturally support success;
- training and supervision to empower your staff and ensure quality; and
- refocusing your efforts to find joy in practising law.
While it is often overlooked, effective practice management is the cornerstone of building a successful legal practice. Brad has more than 20 years experience in legal practice, including as a partner, director and consultant. His presentation will provide valuable insights for all small firms, whether new or well-established.
Register now to see presentations from By Lawyers and other industry leaders including the founder of LEAP Legal Software, AFR Rich-Lister and EY Australian Entrepreneur of the Year 2017, Christian Beck.
Attendees will be able to claim 6 CPD points.
About By Lawyers
By Lawyers is dedicated to helping lawyers enjoy practice more.
We have over 7,000 precedents and 140 end-to-end legal practice guides. We specialise in offering practical and professional guidance for all major areas of law. Every piece of By Lawyers content is written or reviewed by a solicitor or barrister practising in the applicable state or federal jurisdiction.
For over 25 years, LEAP has been at the forefront of delivering innovative technologies designed to advance and protect the efficiency, flexibility and growth of the small law industry.
Secure your place at the Small Law Industry Summit here.
50% of each ticket sold will go towards supporting cyber security education – through a scholarship at Western Sydney University (WSU).