Thursday, July 16, 2015

July 21: Seattle - Managing the Client Relationship (#lowbono #MCLE)

Project management is a skill that often thought of as being applied in large corporations and organizations but what about in a solo or small firm? Principles of project management - giving estimates, staging the work, setting out a budget, managing client expectations - can be applied to a law firm, no matter what size. Join us for this engaging CLE intended to assist you with building a successful law firm.
Bring your brown bag lunch and join us for a training to help you run a
successful practice!
Title:
Managing the Client Relationship
Part of the 2015 Low Bono Brownbag Series
When/Where:
Tuesday, July 21, 2015
12:00 TO 1:30 P.M.
Seattle University School of Law
Sullivan Hall, Room 320
Seattle, WA
Register Now!
By:
Credit:
1.5 General Credits
Speaker:
JEFF LIANG is a 2007 graduate of Seattle University School of Law and co-owner of a small firm, Ling & Liang, PLLC, located in Seattle's International District. His practice focuses on helping small businesses, non-profit organizations, and individuals with transactional, corporate, tax planning, tax controversy, and estate planning issues. Prior to starting his own firm, Jeff was an attorney in the tax practice group at Lane Powell PC.
But Wait There's More!
Reserve your spot for the rest of the 2015 Low Bono Brown Bag Series which take place at noon on the third Tuesday of most months: