CMBA Solo/Small Firm Networking Committee
Grow Your Knowledge Base Without Destroying Your Bottom Line
As a solo practitioner or small firm member, you have likely run into the problem of having a current client with questions about a legal issue outside your practice area. This problem does not exist in larger firms: in a big firm you walk down the hall and run the legal issue by your colleague who practices in that area. Solo practitioners and small firms don’t have this luxury. Even our established section members do not always know an attorney they can call to quickly get the answers they need.
We have a solution – become part of our Networking Committee. It’s simple. YOU share your knowledge in your main practice areas and the other Section members share THEIR knowledge in their main practice areas.
You have a bankruptcy question: call any of the bankruptcy practitioner listed on the networking list. You have an employment law question call one of the employment law attorneys on the list. In return, all the Section asks is that you fill out your own networking form and be willing to take questions from other Sections members in your practice areas.
View our current Networking Committee members .
If you have any questions or if you have a completed networking form , please contact and/or send the forms to Brian T. McElroy.