Panel to discuss building blocks of starting your own firm
By AdvocateDaily.com Staff
Brampton lawyer-linguist Suzanne Deliscar will share her insights in a panel discussion about launching your own practice at an upcoming Ontario Bar Association (OBA) “Enterprising Lawyer” program.
On Oct. 4, “Module 4 — keys to launching your own practice,” part of the OBA’s “Enterprising lawyer: taking care of business series A: starting your own firm” program will explore a practical “how-to” approach to setting up the essential building blocks of a practice.
Deliscar, founder of Deliscar Professional Corporation, and her fellow panellists will discuss topics such as LSUC bookkeeping rules for lawyers engaging in real estate, corporate-commercial, family law and commercial litigation, a detailed risk analysis of how and when you can or should charge contingency fees, various types of LawPro coverage that you need for your practice and how transaction levies work. Speakers will also participate in a candid Q&A session.
The session will run from 6 – 8 p.m, including the Q&A period, at Twenty Toronto Street Conferences and Events, located at 20 Toronto St., 2nd floor, in Toronto, or via live webcast.
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