How to Thrive in a Small Firm Career, February 25, 2016 at noon (Rm. 125)

Every year, more new Denver Law graduates go to small law firms than to any other single type of employer—a few even go solo.  Because small firms offer such a wide range of opportunities, any law student considering private practice should participate in this interactive program, where you will get to speak with solo and small firm practitioners in a small-group format.  This program will provide you with practical information on:    

  • How to get a job in a small firm – how to find these opportunities and how to differentiate yourself from other candidates
  • The benefits/challenges of going into solo / small firm practice
  • The business side of small firm practice (e.g. marketing, billing, collecting, etc.)
  • The many benefits of joining Colorado Bar Association  and specifically, the CBA’s Solo / Small Firm Section such as the opportunity find mentors and build other professional relationships; complimentary access to Casemaker – a robust platform for legal research, and more!)

Illegal Pete’s will be served and Passport Credit is available (#CareerPlanning)!

**Presented by the Solo & Small Firm Section of the Colorado Bar Association and the CDO**

By Eric Bono
Eric Bono Assistant Dean for Career Opportunities