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Are you thinking about hanging your own solo practice shingle or starting a small firm? Then this is the session for you. No prior knowledge is needed, as the session will focus on broad topics to consider before—and as—you explore solo and small practice as a consumer protection attorney.

What You Will Learn

• How to handle client acquisition
• How to develop a plan for marketing for your practices
• How to handle accounting, budgeting, staffing, and technology


Facilitator

After graduating in 2011, Aaron Swift spent his first year out of law school as the Assistant Director of Alumni Relations at Stetson Law, where he helped create Stetson’s Solo Practice Institute, a one-of-a-kind program focused on helping recent graduates start their own law practices. Aaron then entered private practice and litigated FDCPA, TCPA, and FCRA cases as an associate in St. Petersburg, FL. In 2017, Aaron embraced the entrepreneurial spirit and started his own firm, and Swift Law now represents consumers throughout Florida and has grown to four attorneys with an amazing support staff. Aaron loves playing poker and golf, spending time with his wife and three dogs, and traveling.

Event Details

February 11, 2022
2:00 pm
-3:00 pm

Cost


Private Members: $40


Legal Aid/Public Interest/Military/Law Student Members: $30


Nonmembers: $90

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