Practice Management Advisory Service
Practice 360º | A Day for Lawyers & Law Firms: This annual event brings together some of the best offerings of the Practice Management Advisory Service and provides D.C. Bar members the unique opportunity to attend a full day of free seminars covering a wide range of topics that are of particular interest to law firm owners and managers but that are relevant to the entire legal community. The day also features numerous networking opportunities and a chance for members to learn more about some of the companies that offer products and services through the Bar's member benefits program as well as other technology and legal service providers. Interested in being a sponsor or vendor at this year's program?
Build Your EQ 2017 Series: Emotional Intelligence for Lawyers will begin in March 2017. Conducted in co-sponsorship with the D.C. Bar Sections and the Lawyer Assistance Program, the series is designed to build on the foundations established in Dr. Richard's January 27, 2017 seminar and help lawyers further understand and develop their emotional intelligence. Please e-mail Daniel Mills, asst. director, PMAS, Regulation Counsel, for more information.
Who We Are: The Practice Management Advisory Service is a free and confidential service of the D.C. Bar to provide practice management information and resources to its members. Click here for more information about the PMAS and other member services in Regulation Counsel at the District of Columbia Bar.
Free Services: Learn more about the Management ResourceLine, telephone and office consultations, management assessments and other educational programs.
Free Courses and Seminars: Get detailed information about, and register for, Basic Training & Beyond seminars, the Successful Small Firm Practice course, Building Momentum and other Lunch and Learn programs.
Practice Tips and Compliance: Looking for information about the District’s Interest on Lawyers Trust Accounts (IOLTA) program, opening a law office, client communications, office systems or business planning?
Networking and Professional Development: Information on mentoring and other networking and development opportunities is here.
Recorded Content: Missed a recent PMAS sponsored program? Some of that content is available here.
Lending Library: The PMAS maintains a library of publications on a variety of law practice management topics that are made available by loan to members of the District of Columbia Bar.
Publications: The Practice Management Advisory Service offers original publications to help Bar members improve their law parctices.
Additional Links and Resources: Other useful resources to help you improve your practice and the delivery of legal services to your clients.
FAQs: How to reach the Practice Management Advisory Service and Practice Management ResourceLine, confidentiality and other frequently asked questions.