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Women Owned Law Firm D.C. Launch – Free Event and Chance to Win Great Doorprizes

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On Tuesday, April 25, 2017, the Women Owned Law Firms  (WOL),  is holding its D.C. launch at the Fastcase  office in Washington D.C.

Register here  now!

This event is for women-owned law firms -but that’s not all. We’re seeking  women currently at big law, or who have left the practice to raise a family but have always thought about starting a practice – or never thought about it at all and want to see what all of the excitement is about. We welcome women-owned vendors and legal tech companies who are often marginalized by the legal profession – you have a home here with WOL!

We’ll have two speakers – Nicole Galli, WOL founder and owner of Law Offices of N.D. Galli  based in Philadelphia will talk about the need for a group like WOL and how you can get more involved on the ground floor.

In addition, D.C.-based criminal and civil litigation lawyer and former biglaw attorney, Sara Kropf of  Law Offices of Sara Kropf  and featured in the ABA’s Law Practice Today  will share her observations about women owned law firms in DC and where women owned law is heading in the future.

But that’s not all…. You’ll have an opportunity to share your ideas for a dream event (that WOL may put on), network with other lawyers, enjoy great refreshments, learn more about Fastcase’s legal research products and a chance to win one of the following door prizes:

The 2017 Solo and Small Firm Legal Technology Guide, by Sharon Nelson, Esq., John Simek and Michael C. Mashke, a comprehensive, 400-page guide to choosing law firm technology published by the ABA (courtesy of Sharon Nelson and Sensei Enterprises, a nationally-known and woman-owned digital forensics, information technology and information security business.

Solo by Choice: How to Be the Lawyer You Always Wanted to Be, the most comprehensive guide to starting and running a modern law practice, by Carolyn Elefant.

The Anxious Lawyer, An 8-Week Guide to a Joyful and Satisfying Law Practice Through Mindfulness and Meditation (ABA), by Jeena Cho and Karen Gifford.

The Briefcase of Juris P. Prudence, by Jessica Childress (who plans to attend!).  It’s a fictional book about an 11-year old lawyer who lives in Washington, DC and fights for children’s rights.

From Legal Inc., a certificate for FREE first year of registered agent service with every entity formation order placed in 2017 through Legalinc Corporate Services.

From Jezic & Moyce , a copy of the 2016-2017 edition of Andrew Jezic’s hornbook on the Law of Confessions in Maryland.  This is a huge and dense tome with very rich annotations going far beyond a narrow definition of the topic in its jurisprudential and ethical scope.

Again – registration is closing soon so sign up office in Washington D.C.

Register here now!

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