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PROGRAM SCHEDULE AND COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

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On May 19, 2017 the D.C. Bar will present the third annual, Practice 360º | A Day for Lawyers & Law Firms. This all-day event (9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.), held at the Bar headquarters, will offer a full range of free programming for members interested in learning essential and practical techniques to increase efficiency and improve client service.  

This year's event includes a virtual law firm demonstration;18 insightful seminars taught by industry leaders; and a sponsored breakfast, lunch and after-event reception. Participants will have the unique opportunity to explore new technology tools, personal and business development techniques, ethical marketing strategies, and a host of other skills that lawyers need to be able to thrive and run a successful law firm in Washington, D.C.  

The day will also include morning and afternoon networking time for attendees and an exhibit hall that will feature some of the seminar speakers; companies that offer services through the Bar's member benefits programs; representatives from D.C. Bar departments; and other companies offering services to Washington, D.C.'s lawyer community. 

Interested in being a sponsor or vendor at this year's program?

Second Annual Practice 360º
May 5, 2016
A special thanks to all the sponsorsspeakers and participants that helped make this event a success! A recap of the program can be found here.  Slides and other program materials are here.

Inaugural Practice 360º
May 15, 2015
Want to see what you missed the first year? Download handouts and slides from the 2015 Practice 360º.  

For more information, contact Dan Mills or Rochelle Washington at 202-626-1317.
 
It is the intent of the D.C. Bar to provide accessibility to services, programs, and activities offered by the D.C. Bar to any qualified applicant, member, or participant with a disability, upon reasonable notice and without requiring action that would result in a fundamental alteration in the nature of the service, program, or activity or in undue financial administrative burden. Contact PMAS at pmas@dcbar.org or 202-626-1317 to request an accommodation for a disability.