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This four-part series offers what you need to know to effectively (and ethically) launch, maintain, and conclude a successful law practice from foundational first steps to gaining clients and practicing amid new technologies tothen drawing to a close your fulfilling legal career.
Liberty Bell Awardees are those individuals who easily excel – they make going above and beyond look effortless. These people exist. Let’s recognize them and acknowledge their commitment – nominate them for the Liberty Bell Award.
In this issue | Local Attorneys use their Super Powers for Good with Central New York Immigration Coalition | What Your Estate Planning Clients Want You to Ask| Plus Newsmakers, From the Court, Bar Boards and more!
This annual event gives our legal community the opportunity to applaud and recognize our own leaders and those outside our profession whom we admire. Don’t miss this!! A networking breakfast, a stimulating Keynote address, plus a FREE CLE. We look forward to seeing you at this favorite!
On April 10th join the Bench & Bar Buffet from noon to 1:15 p.m. when you’ll enjoy a slice of pizza with two of Onondaga County’s Supreme Court Matrimonial Part Judges, Martha E. Mulroy and Martha Walsh Hood. Gain insight into this court and hang out with your friends and colleagues at the same time. It’s FREE!!
The February Bar Reporter is here! Check it out! Hancock Estabrook embraces diversity by hosting the first OCBA Diversity & Inclusion Committee Legal Intern. OCBA in February – plenty of photos; Bar Boards too.
Do you sit on a Non-Profit Board of Directors? Do Profit and Loss Statements or Balance Sheets make your head spin? This helpful CLE could be exactly what you need.
Take the OCBA Community Engagement Committee’s 3-question survey (it’s anonymous!). The Committee seeks to know how best to offer you volunteer opportunities within the community. Take the survey!
The New York State Unified Court System’s Electronic Filing System will implement a consensual e-filing program in Supreme Court, Onondaga County on January 24, 2018. Online SKYPE training sessions available. Are you ready for this change?