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Events: Starting A Firm Talk in DC, FREE Webinar on SEO & Content Creation and Funniest Lawyer Contest

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Here’s a quick round-up of some upcoming, FREE events of potential news to readers:

1. On FEBRUARY 15, 2011, I’m returning to the American University, Washington College of Law School, to reprise my talk on the Nuts & Bolts of Starting a Law Firm – which covers the reasons to consider starting a firm out of law school, how to do it and also, how you can use a law firm start up as a way to find a job if that’s where your interest lies. The talk, which is free and open to all, is Tuesday, February 15; 12:00-1:20 pm; Room 101 at the law school, 4801 Mass Ave, Wash DC. Stop by if you can! (We’ll be auctioning off a copy of Solo by Choice and Social Media for Lawyers!)

2. On FEBRUARY 16, 2011, Jay Fleischman will be presenting a FREE 90-minute webinar on Why Content Matters, which will discuss topics such as the role of content in search engine rankings and creating a content hub and content promotion strategies. Jay a lawyer and in my view, a trusted source of information on marketing so it’s worth checking out. To register or learn more, visit Legal Practice Pro

3. Are you a NYC lawyer with a knack for comedy? If so, then sign up for our “Funniest Lawyer in NYC! Contest”!

Here’s how it works…  The contest consists of 2 preliminary rounds leading to a Final Round. The top 4 winners from each preliminary round will advance to the Finals. The preliminary rounds are on Wednesday, March 2nd and Wednesday, March 9th and both will be held at Broadway Comedy Club in the CCL Room (8:30 show time; $12 cover and 2 beverage minimum). The Finals will be in April.  (Check out the review of our last contest on For more information, contact contact Frank Vignola at or 646-243-4361.

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