The Inaugural Reality CLE

This program is no longer available. Please join us next year.

A Unique Retreat for Newer Practitioners and Those That Drive in the Small Practice Lane

Reality CLE”, May 1st & 2nd, is an expansive program that immerses participants in topics that focus on the “real” aspects of running a successful law practice. This will include both group plenary sessions on key practice-related business matters as well as a variety of workshop sessions featuring a mix of specific legal subjects and efficiency skills. Pick and choose the sessions that are right for you in order to customize the program to best suit your practice needs. As a bonus, you will receive all program materials, even from those workshop sessions that you don’t attend! Up to 14 CLE credits and up to 2 Ethics credits are available.

The two-day program will rotate between discussions focused on “The Business of Practice” and customizable Breakout Sessions.

“The Business of Practice” Topics:

  • Form of Practice
  • Location of Practice
  • Forming Relationships with Other Offices
  • Sharing Space
  • Payment Plans
  • Surrogacy Requirement
  • Key Ethical Matters (including Malpractice Avoidance)
  • Seven Types of Insurance to Consider
  • Hiring & Staffing
  • Getting Clients & Staying within the Advertising Rules

Breakout Sessions I & II: – Select 1 for each session

  • Family Law
  • Talking Technology: Equipment, E-Storage, Remote Access & Security
  • Landlord Tenant Matters

Breakout Sessions III & IV: – Select 1 for each session

  • Estate & Probate Practice
  • Tax Planning for Your Law Practice
  • Consumer Bankruptcy

Breakout Sessions V & VI: – Select 1 for each session

  • Criminal Law
  • When to Pull the Plug: How to Fire a Client
  • Mortgage Foreclosures

 

FACULTY:

  • Richard A. MannChair, Richard A. Mann, P.C., Indianapolis, IN
  • Greg Aldridge, Aldridge Insurance, Inc., South Bend, IN
  • James J. Bell, Partner, Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP, Indianapolis, IN
  • Susan C. Bradford, CPA, Principal, Somerset CPAs, P.C., Indianapolis, IN
  • David D. Deeter, Associate, Dale & Eke, P.C., Indianapolis, IN
  • Daniel D. Dickerson, CPA, Principal,  Somerset CPAs, P.C., Indianapolis, IN
  • Christine M. Douglas, Riley Bennett & Egloff, LLP,Indianapolis, IN
  • Larry W. Dykes, CLU, ChFC, AAMS, Principal, SkyView Partners, Inc., Fishers, IN
  • Michael J. Feiwell, Partner, Feiwell & Hannoy, P.C., Indianapolis, IN
  • Mark A. Foster, Partner, Foster O’Daniel Hambidge & Lynch LLP, Evansville, IN
  • Lisa M. Joachim, Attorney at Law, Richard A. Mann, P.C., Indianapolis, IN
  • Elizabeth A. Justice, Attorney At Law, Crawfordsville, IN
  • Charles M. Kidd, Deputy Executive Director, Indiana Supreme Court Disciplinary Commission, Indianapolis, IN
  • Sally J. O’Connor, Bankruptcy Law Office of Mark S. Zuckerberg, P.C., Indianapolis, IN
  • Jon R. Pactor, Member, Jon R. Pactor, Indianapolis, IN
  • Maureen T. Sage, CPA, Senior Manager, Somerset CPAs, P.C., Indianapolis, IN
  • Frederick W. Schultz, Partner, Greene & Schultz Trial Lawyers, Bloomington, IN
  • Reid F. Trautz, Owner, Firm Resolutions, Annandale, VA
  • Paul J. Unger, Esq., Attorney at Law, Affinity Consulting Group, LLC, Columbus, OH
  • Mark S. Zuckerberg, Owner, Bankruptcy Law Office of Mark S. Zuckerberg, P.C., Indianapolis, IN

Take a break from the rush, and join us this spring! Special discounted overnight room rates are available for you at the Sheraton Indy Hotel at Keystone Crossing. Be sure to allow time for the reception immediately following day 1, sponsored in part by the Indiana Bar Foundation. Lunch is provided on the first day thanks to Computer Experts: IT Services for Small Law Firms.

The Inaugural Reality CLE– 14 CLE / 2 E
A Unique Retreat for Newer Practitioners and Those That Drive in the Small Practice Lane.

This program is no longer available. Please join us next year.

 

ICLEF • Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum, Indianapolis, IN

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