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New Laws, New Policies, New Demands: How Small Law Firms Can Keep Up

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Keeping up with the pace of change is a common challenge in today's economy, and it's particularly essential to the ethical practice of law. Find out how your small firm can keep up in our next, special one-hour edition of LOMAP’s Webinars for Busy Lawyers, which will be presented in conjunction with the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) New England Chapter's New Members Division.

In 2017, legal change has never been more dramatic. The current White House administration has expressed its intention to continue its pace as it reverses policies from our previous administration. With one recent consequence, we witnessed waves of immigration lawyers flooding airports to triage urgent legal needs. This puts a huge burden on these practitioners to attempt to monitor and comprehend changes in policy while simultaneously responding to increasing client demands.

It is likely that these changes in laws and policies will continue to impact legal practitioners. It will be challenging. Your attitude and preparation for the challenges will determine much of your success and happiness in the immediate future.

This webinar is designed to help you respond to the times by offering tips and resources to help relieve daily stressors and increase your practice efficiency.

Practice management advisor Heidi Alexander and clinical psychologists Shawn Healy and Jeff Fortgang, both with Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers will explain how you can:

  • Stay organized
  • Aggregate news and information
  • Implement simple tech productivity tools
  • Manage your time + take breaks
  • Relieve stress in a positive way

Emily Amara Gordon, the chair of AILA NE’s New Members Division, will join them to share what she's doing to juggle current demands in her immigration law practice.

Registration is FREE but spots are limited, so register now!

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