State Bar of Texas Blog
Texas Minority Attorney Program Comes to Austin and Houston
It’s not often that you get the opportunity to have fun, learn, network, and gain CLE credit. Well, guess what? That opportunity has come and you can be a part of it during the Texas Minority Attorney Program 2010. The one-day seminar and networking event is aimed at minority and women solo and small firm practitioners.
TMAP offers an opportunity to converse with other solo and small firm practitioners about the unique issues you face (law practice management, any one?) while allowing participants a chance to discuss various client development strategies and to network with local judges and other legal professionals. Doesn’t sound too bad, right? We didn’t think so, either. So sign up already.
Still not convinced? Okay, well, we know solos and small firms are always looking for advertising and marketing tips. TMAP’s got it. Solo and small firm practitioners also like to stay out of hot water. TMAP’s got information on that too. Other topics include criminal law issues and a judges’ panel of courtroom dos and don’ts. Did we mention that breakfast and lunch are included? No? Well, they are. If that doesn’t seal the deal, we’re not sure what will.
Two TMAP events are being offered this year:
- TMAP Austin — Thursday, June 3, 2010, Texas Law Center, 1414 Colorado St., Austin, TX 78701, and
- TMAP Houston— Friday, June 25, 2010; South Texas College of Law, Garret-Townes Auditorium, 1303 San Jacinto St., Houston, TX 77002.
TMAP has consistently been praised for its practical and relevant information. One past attendee said, “This course consistently offers the best value and biggest bang for the buck of all CLEs in Texas. The speakers were all insightful, informative and inspiring.”
We told you it’s gonna be good. What are you waiting for?
For more information, contact the State Bar Office of Minority Affairs at (800) 204-2222, ext. 1538 or firstname.lastname@example.org.