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The Business and Ethics of Managing 21st Century Law Firm

The Business and Ethics of Managing 21st Century Law Firm
THE BUSINESS and ETHICS of MANAGING a 21st CENTURY LAW FIRM

Monday evening series co-sponsored by the Stein Center for Law and Ethics and the Corporate Law Center:

Monday, March 18th - The Impact of Technology on the Future of Law Firms

6:30pm - light reception commencing
7pm - 9pm - program time
Location - South Lounge


Craig Raeburn, Managing Director, Tymetrix Legal Analytics; Daniel Martin Katz, Assistant Professor of Law & Co-Director of ReInvent Law: A Law Laboratory Devoted to Innovation, Technology and Entrepreneurship at Michigan State University College of Law; Larry W. Bridgesmith, Chief Relationship Officer, ERM Legal Solutions LLC; and Suzie Scanlon, Professional, Berger Legal LLC. Fordham Law School Professor Sean Griffith is the moderator.


CLE credits available for each session: 2 non-transitional & transitional (1 professional practice and 1 ethics)

$55 CLE; $35 Fordham Law Alumni, public interest attorneys and government attorneys

$0 General Admission: this will register you for all three programs; Fordham will contact you to determine which session(s) you wish to attend.

Fordham Law has a hardship policy for this course. To apply, please fax a written request to: Director of Public Programming and CLE (212) 636 - 6984
Price:$55.00

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