This program is a practical course for anyone considering starting their own practice. Here, you will identify the basics of starting a solo practice, or going "Shingle." From incorporation to form-building, the course will cover topics such as:
In this course, Cory H. Morris, a Long Island-based civil rights and criminal defense attorney, provides real life examples and practical guidelines to going "Shingle" in New York.
I. Identify the “how-to’s” of starting a New York Law Practice
II. Understand the business aspects of law
III. Design a Business Plan for a solo practitioner
IV. Recognize ethical obligations and issues of reputation and civility
Cory Morris is admitted to practice in New York State, the Florida State Bar, the Eastern District of New York and the Southern District of New York. Mr. Morris is an advocate for equality, civil rights and social justice. In recognition of this, Mr. Morris became the recipient of an Equality Award at the Suffolk County New York Civil Liberties Union 50th Anniversary Gala and the New York State Bar Empire Justice Award for Pro Bono work. He is focused on working with people who are charged with a crime, substance abuse issues and helping people vindicate their constitutional rights.
Cory Morris currently maintains a practice in Suffolk County, New York. He is the current Secretary of the Suffolk County Bar Association Academy of Law, is the co-chair of the Suffolk County Bar Association's Newly Admitted Attorneys Section and regularly publishes articles in the Suffolk Lawyer as well as other journals and newsletters. Mr. Morris is part of the Assigned Counsel Defender Plan of Suffolk County and serves as an adjunct professor at Adelphi University, teaching courses such as Negotiations, Business Law and Psychology and the Law.
Mr. Morris attended college on Long Island, starting at Nassau Community College, obtaining his Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice from Adelphi University and his Master’s Degree from Adelphi’s Derner Institute of Advanced Psychological Studies. While pursuing his graduate degree, his concentration was on forensic psychology, substance abuse, and impulsive disorders. He obtained an assistantship with Dr. Larry Josephs, was published in the Encyclopedia of the History of Psychological Theories and contributed to Adelphi’s scholarship, working with a doctoral student and post-doctoral professor in developing his thesis entitled “Impulsivity in the form of Suicidality in Borderline Personality Disorder.” Mr. Morris graduated Touro College at the top of his class, was a Dean’s List recipient and received both the David A. Berg Public Interest Fellowship and the Howard Glickstein Public Interest Fellowship. He is also the recipient of the Brian Lord Memorial Award for his demonstrated commitment to public interest.
Mr. Morris regularly does pro bono work and volunteers with the New York Civil Liberties Union, Nassau County Bar Association, Suffolk County Bar Association and other non-profit organizations dedicated to helping the community. He also serves as a Advisory Board Member for Nassau Suffolk Law Services, one of the largest providers of free civil legal assistance in New York.
Great advice, thank you.
solid program, good materials.
This was a particularly great program. Very practical and loaded with content. I enjoyed the presenter's style: providing as much content as possible with limited anecdotes. Great CLE.
excellent, very informative. I would like to see more in depth programs focusing on this area.
Great course and lecturer.
Practical and helpful advice
Excellent Course! The speaker imparted invaluable knowledge and tips from his years of experience. Whether you plan to go solo or not, every lawyer should know these things and adopt as many of them as possible into his or her practice These courses that, not only give facts, but incorporate experience are best courses by far. I highly recommend.
Excellent CLE for attorneys going solo!
Great, practical advice.
Practical information; effective presentation
Very helpful, great speaker
Mr. Morris was very impressive for such a young lawyer and had very practical advice to offer.
excellent and practical
very good presentation
Very well presented.
He was funny, and charming. Very. The hour flew. Use him again.
Corey is one of the top presenters I observed in this CLE series.
good reading list
Practical content and good stress on ethics
Best course yet
good delivery. thanks
Very interesting and informative
THIS CLE COURSE WAS THE BEST ONE I HAVE WATCHED TO DATE. HE WAS CLEAR CONCISE AND ARTICULATE. I LEARNED A BUNCH FROM THIS COURSE.
Very useful information.
Appreciated the practical and pragmatic advice.
Very interesting commentator. Informative but also entertaining - I enjoyed the course and took away solid tips.
nice practical tips and suggestions for background resources to consult
Great realistic speaker
Great advice comprehensive for anyone starting a solo practice Exc.
excellent - great resources.
Excellent and informative,
Very informative; I wish this were live so there could be Q&A.
Cory did a great job. Very informative.