This three-part series will provide practitioners in smaller firms with the perspectives they need in three foundational areas: business development and client management, litigation practice, and legal research. Each program will be an interactive session benefiting both newer practitioners and more experienced attorneys. This series also includes a networking event for small firm practitioners to network and learn from each other. These events are also open to law students.
DATE Thursday, June 15, 2023
TIME 6:00 p.m.–7:00 p.m.
LOCATION W120 and virtual
CLE 1 credit Skills (NY transitional or nontransitional)
SPEAKERS Camille Broussard, Director of The Mendik Library, Professor of Law, and Associate Dean for Information Services, New York Law School Michael Roffer ’83, Professor of Legal Research and Associate Librarian for Reader Services
This hands-on workshop will focus on free and low-cost legal research tools and web sites for finding materials from New York City, New York State, and the federal government. The presenters will guide attendees through many internet tools with sufficient time for questions and additional exploration of the many online materials available.