Building a Successful Family Law Practice: ABA Tel Seminar September 26, 2007

Over lunch a few years ago at an ABA Family Law Section meeting in Seattle, I remember Mark Chinn singing the praises of his business coach, Atticus. You can hear Mark Chinn and Mark Powers of Atticus in a telephone seminar on Wednesday, September 26.

Over lunch a few years ago at an ABA Family Law Section meeting in Seattle, I remember Mark Chinn singing the praises of his business coach, Atticus. You can hear Mark Chinn and Mark Powers of Atticus in a telephone seminar on Wednesday, September 26. Registration here. Info on Mark Chinn from his website:

Mark Chinn operates a four lawyer firm in Jackson, Mississippi dedicated solely to Family Law and is author of How to Build and Manage a Family Law Practice, published by the American Bar Association in 2006, and The Constructive Divorce, published by the ABA in 2007. He is also a contributing author in How to Capture and Keep Clients, published by the American Bar Association General Practice Solo Section in 2005 and 101 Practical Solutions for the Family Lawyer, published by the ABA Family Law Section.

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