The Annual Wisconsin Association of Legal Administrators (WALA) Conference comes to Pewaukee on Friday, Sept. 20. Choose from five breakout sessions at the day-long event at the Milwaukee Marriott West.
Sept. 4, 2013 – The Wisconsin Association of Legal Administrators (WALA) will hold its day-long Annual Conference of Education on Friday, Sept. 20, at the Milwaukee Marriott West in Pewaukee.
Author, consultant, and attorney Bob Crumley will open the conference with his three-simple yet difficult rules of success in his keynote speech, “See the End First.” Crumley will close the event with “The Next 30 Years: Baby, You Ain’t Seen Nothin’ Yet.”
Breakout sessions will be offered on topics such as file retention, including rules for lateral attorney hires; the results of a law firm financial benchmarking survey; building people-centered organizations; and a guide to “hidden hands and ready resources.” There also will be a moderated roundtable discussion for those who manage large firms and a business partner exposition with 28 companies that support the legal industry.
The conference is free for WALA members, $75 for guests from firms employing a WALA member, and $100 for general attendees. Registration includes breakfast, lunch, refreshments, and all materials. For more information or to register, download the event brochure or contact WALA President com sdantinne dkattorneys Stephanie Dantinne of Davis & Kuelthau s.c. in Green Bay.