This program, taught by veteran solo practitioner Adrienne Edward, will help attorneys learn how to create an effective business plan for growth, use various practice management tools and software, and perhaps most importantly, maintain a healthy balance between your law practice and your personal life.
This course will benefit current solo practitioners as well as practicing or new attorneys thinking about hanging their own shingle.
Adrienne D. Edward, Esq. Graduated from Seton Hall University School of Law in 1994. Adrienne is a member of the New Jersey and the New York Bars. She is the owner of Law Office of Adrienne D. Edward, P.C., which she opened in 1996. Her office has handled hundreds of criminal cases, both in the State and Federal Courts, from arrest through trial throughout her legal career. Her office also handles Family, Matrimonial, Immigration, Personal Injury and Municipal Court related matters. Ms. Edward and her Staff are fluent in Spanish.
New York and New Jersey
Very helpful and comprehensive information on running an effective law firm. As a female owner of a law firm it was nice to hear the presentation by a fellow female attorney.
it was so nice seeing a first-generation, attorney of color giving this presentation! And also a woman. Love your website and the business tips you gave. A lot of law firm practice videos deal with transactional practice areas, so nice to have a true litigator's perspective. I also got the sense from you that a lot of marketing is outsourced. That was helpful because I feel a little guilty about doing that, but now I see that it makes business sense. Thanks for such a great presentation. I only wish that the lighting was better. Also, more personal stories, please.
I admire the fact that the presenter touched on lawyering pre-pandemic, during pandemic and post pandemic and looking forward. Very good presenter
Very informative, practical lessons on being a solo attorney based on 25 years of experience in law practice.
A good program for someone opening up their own office. I could identify with many of the suggestions presented,
Ms. Edwards was very knowledgeable and emphasized the entrepreneurial nature of the practice of law.