2nd Annual Canadian Association of Black Lawyers (CABL) Conference

Omar Ha-Redeye will be spoke at the Canadian Association of Black Lawyers (CABL) Conference on October 26, 2012 on legal marketing, business strategy, lead generation, and branding for small law firms and sole practitioners:

Many sole practitioners reach a certain level in their practice and then remain stagnant or inch
along in growth. Senior practitioners from private criminal and family/civil practice will provide indepth and practical guidance on effective steps you can take to advance your law practice, including:

  • Developing a business growth plan
  • Building the internal infrastructure to handle growth, such as hiring junior
  • lawyers, articling students, or paralegals
  • Efficient allocation of your human resources & avoiding low-value work;
  • making best use of your legal talent and avoiding or delegating tasks that
  • have low financial or intrinsic value to you
  • Developing a specialty or focusing solely on your strengths
  • Not taking on more than you can chew
  • Marketing yourself as a bigger entity

Our esteemed panelists will discuss how they ‘grew’ or evolved their practices from sole practice
and onward, including building the internal infrastructure to handle growth.