Downstream Casino Resort will host a conference June 24-26, aimed at assisting attorneys in private practice and small firms.
Oklahoma lawyers will have a chance to network with attorneys across the state and focus on concerns unique to small firms and private practices.
The Oklahoma Bar Association Solo and Small Firm Conference will feature seminars on law office management and technology and current trends in the law. A special plenary session will be held featuring Indian law issues such as representing clients in tribal court, contracting with tribes and handling tort and prize claim disputes.
Director of the American Bar Association Legal Technology Resource Center Catherine Sanders Reach will return to this year’s conference to conduct several programs, including “Advanced Training in PDF Files,” “50 Hot Tips in 50 Minutes” and “What’s Hot and What’s Not in Running Your Law Practice.”
Attorneys can earn 12 hours of continuing legal education credit at the conference and children are allowed.
The Solo and Small Firm Conference will offer free Native American children’s cultural activities throughout the conference.
More information and registration forms can be found online at www.okbar.org/solo.