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Solo and Small Firm Practice in the 21st Century

Total Credits: 3 including 3 CLE

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Law Practice Management & Technology |  Solo and Small Firm
Cooper Shattuck |  Sarah Glover |  Joseph Watson
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When you attend a CLE session, you want to leave with ideas you can take back to the office and put to work right away. This session will not disappoint! You will learn new tips for marketing your firm in a crowded market,  get information on cybersecurity risks and prevention, and get at least 60 good new ideas and apps to improve your practice, boost your bottom line, and make practicing law at least a little more fun again. 

Topics will include:

Advertising and Marketing Tips for Small Firms

Cybersecurity Issues

60 Practice Management Tips and Apps in 60 Minutes


Cooper Shattuck's Profile

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Cooper Shattuck is a practicing attorney and neutral (Cooper Shattuck, LLC); primary instructor with Alabama Mediation Training; engaged principal of Cartography Consulting, LLC (which provides full-service marketing and business consulting services); frequent facilitator for strategic planning sessions and strengths-based personal assessments, team building and leadership training; and, regular speaker on mediation, negotiations, ethics, marketing, and other continuing legal education topics.  In each of these roles, Cooper calls on his unique practice experiences which range from firm private practice, to Governor’s Legal Advisor, to General Counsel of the University of Alabama System, and long-time adjunct professor of law at the University of Alabama School of Law. Cooper earned his B.S. in Economics from Georgia Tech in 1987 and his J.D. from The University of Alabama School of Law in 1990.

Sarah Glover's Profile

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Maynard Nexsen

Ms. Glover is an Associate and member of Maynard’s Cybersecurity and Complex Litigation practices. Her practice focuses primarily on cybersecurity incident response planning and data breach response and litigation for organizations in the financial services, health care, education, and retail sectors.  She also represents financial institutions and natural resources companies in a variety of contract, personal injury, and other commercial disputes.  Ms. Glover has successfully represented clients in both federal and state courts.  Most recently, she handled a complex data breach case where Plaintiffs had alleged that over 1,000,000 records had been compromised, and advised a Fortune 500 company on building an enterprise-level incident response plan. Ms. Glover received her J.D., magna cum laude, from The University of Alabama School of Law and holds a B.A., summa cum laude, from The University of Alabama.

Joseph Watson's Profile

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Tripp Watson is the founder of The Watson Firm. He is an “Entrepreneur Attorney,” which means that he is an an advocate and counselor to risk-takers. Tripp is one of the only individuals in the county who offers business consulting and legal advice specifically tailored to entrepreneurs of all sizes.  From a family of entrepreneurs, Tripp went to law and business schools with the explicit purpose of opening a firm dedicated to advising aspiring and existing entrepreneurs with high-growth businesses. Unlike many attorneys who only advise on business law matters, Tripp is also a business owner who personally knows the stresses and demands of running a small business and who can advice on both the legal and management issues entrepreneurs face.  Because of his legal and business training and years of experience, Tripp provides his clients unique insights into the problems that keep entrepreneurs up at night.  He received his BA from Washington and Lee University, his JD from Cumberland School of Law, and his M.B.A from Samford University’s Brock School of Business.