Launching an Immigration Practice

Launching an Immigration Practice

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Launching an Immigration Practice

The best chance for success starts with investing in yourself. It's not always about the money; it's about knowing what's right and what's not, what works and what doesn't, and about continually innovating and forging ahead without giving up. Just like all those grueling hours that it took for you to prepare for and pass the bar exam, starting a new law practice takes time, preparation, and commitment to successfully open up shop.

The Launching an Immigration Practice e-guide is a comprehensive start-up guide not only for those who are just starting out in the immigration field, but also for those looking to inject fresh ideas and energy into their practice. We have compressed all the knowledge and information from four distinguished practice management advisors into this interactive e-guide. The e-guide is broken down into three tracks- The Lawyer, The Entrepreneur and The Manager. Each track consists of educational and instructive articles and video segments that offer insight, advice and practical knowledge to ensure the success and longevity of any new solo or small firm.
Reid F. Trautz, Director, Practice & Professionalism Center, American Immigration Lawyers Association
Reid provides ethics guidance and practice management information and consulting services to AILA members to help them improve their businesses and the delivery of legal services to their clients. Reid is a nationally recognized advisor, author and presenter on practice management issues, including business process improvement, law practice technology, attorney-client communications, ethics, and risk management. He is co-author of The Busy Lawyer's Guide to Success: Essential Tips to Power Your Practice, and is a frequent contributor to legal publications nationwide.

Catherine S. Reach, Director, Law Practice Management and Technology, Chicago Bar Association
Catherine provides CBA members with an array of new services and programming. These include continuing legal education seminars, technology training (both online and in-person), as well as fee-based consulting services such as website review, technology review, and strategic technology planning. Catherine's professional activities include articles published in Law Practice magazine, Law Technology News and GPSolo Magazine.

Jim Calloway, Director, Management Assistance Program, Oklahoma Bar Association
Jim frequently writes and speaks on legal technology issues, internet research, law office management and organization and legal ethics. His articles have been published in Lawyers Weekly USA, Law Practice Management magazine, Law Practice Today, Law Technology Today, Legal Management magazine, Law Technology News, and GPSolo, as well as many state and local bar association publications. Jim was recently honored with an induction as a Fellow of the College of Law Practice Management.

Natalie R. Kelly, Director, Law Practice Management Program, State Bar of Georgia
Natalie provides extensive practice management and technology consulting to the members of the Georgia Bar. She is a Certified Consultant and Trainer for ABACUS Law, Amicus Attorney, PCLaw, PracticeMaster, TABS3, TimeMatters, Billing Matters, and Timeslips software applications; and a frequent writer and presenter on practice management and legal technology topics around the country.

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