About the KBA:
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Committees and Sections
KBA Committees and Sections
The purpose of the Solo Practitioner/Small Firm Section is to create a network of members who either practice by themselves or in small firms to share information, pool resources and to identify specific management and marketing techniques designed for small firms and individual practices.
Solo Practitioner & Small Firm Activities
Solo Practitioners & Small Firm Section
Please join other members of the Section on the first Wednesday of each month at the LunchBox at noon.
In addition to a networking opportunity, join us for a short fifteen minute discussion on Immigration Law by KBA member Susan Schultz Davis on Wednesday, March 5. Plan to attend and bring any questions you may have. For more information about the section, please contact Chairs Greg Hall (546-0080) or Tripp White (712-0963).
Beginning in 2002, the KBA Solo Practitioner & Small Firm has sponsored a continuing legal education program on how to set-up and maintain a law practice. Download the most recent version (2010).
Solo & Small Firms Not Goin' It Alone
To New Bar Members: You Already Have a Job
By William A. Slater
A Lesson from P.C.U.
By Edward G. (Tripp) White III, Law Offices of Edward G. White III
Musings on Marketing in a Small Firm Environment
By Anne M. McKinney, Anne M. McKinney, P.C.
Making A Living as a Lawyer: Reflections on the Past Provide Hope for the Future
By Edward F. (Tripp) White III, Law Offices of Edward G. White III
Knoxville's Largest Law Firm
By Wm. Gregory Hall, Jr., WG Hall Law PLLC
Ignorance is Bliss: Confessions of a Guy on a Ladder
By Jesse D. Nelson, Law Office of Jesse D. Nelson, PLLC
Dealing with the Difficult Client
By Lucinda M. Albiston and Donna H. Smith, Albiston and Smith, PLLC
Questions about Committees
Contact the KBA at 865-522-6522 if you have any questions.