Learn Highly Sought-After Skills to Build Your Legal Practice

According to data cited in the ABA Journal, barely half of all 2012 law school graduates had full-time, long-term legal jobs.  Considering that the class entering law school in 2010 was the largest on record, this represents a huge number.  In fact, the number of 2012 graduates not employed full time in legal positions is over 20,000.  Imagine the crowd at a sold out Black Hawks game at the United Center, and you have a good picture of what this number looks like.

What if there was a way for this group and any attorney wanting to build their practice to effectively obtain and retain new clients?   Many attorneys across the country have turned to lawyer coach Roy Ginsburg for expert support in the area of business development.  Mr. Ginsburg is a skilled nationally accredited CLE speaker who teaches invaluable skills to market and build a legal practice that you never learned in law school.  In today’s highly competitive legal economy, this is a must if you want to succeed.

This year, Roy Ginsburg is speaking in Illinois exclusively for the Real Estate Institute.  On May 10, 2013, Mr. Ginsburg will present his live continuing legal education seminar, Build Your Practice – Effective, Ethical Business Development and Client Retention.  By attending this engaging, multi-media seminar, you will learn proven methods to build your practice and fulfill your entire Ethics CLE requirement.  The following skills will be covered in this live presentation:

  • Creating high visibility for your practice
  • Identifying the best methods to grow your client base
  • Generating successful marketing strategies

Don’t leave the success of your practice to chance!  Enroll today to take advantage of April’s early bird special pricing here.
View the entire ABA Journal article here.

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