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Know Your Niche WSSFC2023

Product ID: CA3584R3
Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

This seminar is an excerpt from Wisconsin Solo & Small Firm Conference 2023.

Embracing a niche topic or practice area can make you the go-to resource for clients and colleagues. But be careful not to toot your horn too loudly - Supreme Court Rules prohibit you from holding yourself out as an “expert” or “specialist” in a given area. Find out how to let people know what you do and don’t do in your practice without running afoul of your ethical obligations.

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1 LPM

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Tuesday, March 19, 202412:00 PM - 12:50 PM CT

Add to Calendar 3/19/2024 12:00:00 PM 3/19/2024 12:50:00 PM America/Chicago Know Your Niche WSSFC2023

This seminar is an excerpt from Wisconsin Solo & Small Firm Conference 2023.

Embracing a niche topic or practice area can make you the go-to resource for clients and colleagues. But be careful not to toot your horn too loudly - Supreme Court Rules prohibit you from holding yourself out as an “expert” or “specialist” in a given area. Find out how to let people know what you do and don’t do in your practice without running afoul of your ethical obligations.

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This seminar is an excerpt from Wisconsin Solo & Small Firm Conference 2023.

Embracing a niche topic or practice area can make you the go-to resource for clients and colleagues. But be careful not to toot your horn too loudly - Supreme Court Rules prohibit you from holding yourself out as an “expert” or “specialist” in a given area. Find out how to let people know what you do and don’t do in your practice without running afoul of your ethical obligations.

Mayville “May” LaRosa
Thrive Law Firm LLC
Middleton

Anthony K. Murdock
Murdock Law S.C.
Milwaukee

Collin Schaefer
Ogden Glazer + Schaefer
Madison

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