July 21, 2021 – Registration is now open for this year’s Wisconsin Solo & Small Firm Conference (WSSFC), which lets attendees decide how they want to attend.
Set for Oct. 28-30, 2021, WSSFC takes place both in person at the Kalahari Resort in Wisconsin Dells, and online on your computer, tablet, or smartphone.
“We’re looking forward to gathering for our ‘family reunion’ for Wisconsin solo and small-firm attorneys – both in person and virtually,” said Wauwatosa attorney Kate Knowlton, chair of this year’s planning committee.
Your Choice: In Person or Online
This year’s hybrid conference gives you the flexibility to choose the type of attendance that best fits your needs. Either way, “it’s the best way to earn CLE credits as well as connect with colleagues,” said Knowlton.
The conference schedule includes a mix of CLE sessions on a wide variety of topics of interest to solo and small-firm lawyers, and lawyers from larger firms, paralegals, and legal administrators will find useful sessions, too. As usual, CLE sessions will focus on substantive law, practice management, technology, and ethics/quality of life topics. One technology session will offer attendees help on updating their firm websites for the post-COVID-19 world.
Find out more about the sessions and presenters by visiting the website at WisBar.org/WSSFC.
Plenary CLE sessions this year focus on what lawyers need to learn about the dark web, common ethical mistakes, and tax considerations for starting or growing your firm. Returning plenary favorites include “CLE at Sunrise” and “Gadgets and Gizmos.”
Also returning for the in-person conference are the Legal Expo, an attendee reception, “dine arounds” with speakers, and social events such as a Green Bay Packers viewing party. Virtual attendees will have access to plenary sessions, select track sessions, the Legal Expo, contests, social events, and more.
Reserve Your Spot
Register via WisBar.org’s Marketplace – choose in-person seminar or webcast seminar for how you wish to attend. See the tuition options for those attending in person or online. For more information, visit WisBar.org/WSSFC.
The conference will offer up to an estimated 16.5 hours of continuing legal education. Additionally, earn even more credits watching select complimentary webcast replays in November and December. Webcast replays of 16 sessions will be available to attendees of both the in-person and the virtual conference.