A Brief History of Georgia's Solo & Small Firm Institute
Based on past CLE programs designed just for Georgia lawyers in solo practice or small law firms, this Annual CLE Institute exposed attendees to the latest continuing legal educational programs and vendor products and services designed for practices just their size and type. The Solo & Small Firm Institute began in 2003 as a service of the Law Practice Management Program of the State Bar offered through Georgia's Institute of Continuing Legal Education ("ICLE"). After a second successful program in 2004, the planners moved the conference from Savannah to Atlanta to its new Bar Headquarters, and created a Quarterly series of CLE programs for solos and small firms.
This annual conference, now a CLE Institute, is a gathering for solo and small firm practitioners who have distinct practice needs and desires. The existing programs are focused on the main areas of law practice management - management, technology, marketing and finance; and include tracks for learning more about current legal trends and substantive law updates.
You can become a part of history by becoming a regular attendee of our Annual Solo and Small Firm Institute. We look forward to seeing you at the next conference!