Small Firm Lunch and Learn Series

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Lunch and Learn

The Practice Management Advisory Service of the D.C. Bar presents the Small Firm Lunch and Learn Series. Each program in this series will explore a topic of particular interest to members who are starting, managing, or growing law firms in the District of Columbia. Most sessions take place from noon until 2:00 p.m. at the D.C. Bar (901 4th Street, NW) and are free to Bar members and their staff. This is a brown bag event. Attendees may bring their own lunch. Beverages are served.

In addition to registering online, you may also email [email protected] to register for all events.


Due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, the D.C. Bar has decided to take precautionary measures to protect our members, our staff, and the community we serve. Beginning March 16, key Bar services will only be available online via videoconference.

Past Events

August 5, 2021 — Hands-On with Fastcase

Presented by Erin Page of Fastcase

During this program, we will explore search methods and techniques to achieve better results and lead you through a step-by-step, hands-on, experience using Fastcase's many tools and features.

Fastcase is a bar member benefit and the leading next-generation legal research service that puts a comprehensive national law library and smarter and more powerful searching, sorting, and visualization tools right at your fingertips. The Fastcase collection includes cases, statutes, regulations, court rules, and constitutions. Fastcase also provides access to a newspaper archive, legal forms, and a one-stop PACER search of federal filings through our content partners.


August 19, 2021 — Write Your Marketing Plan Today!

Presented by Mary Ellen Hickman of Hickman Consulting Partners, LLC

Think of this as marketing made simple. During this session we will talk through how to identify the right target audience, define your unique point of difference, and choose which of the many marketing and communication channels – advertising, social media, content marketing, and more – will work best for you and your firm. You will learn to target, streamline and prioritize, and measure success. You’ll leave with a brief, written outline of a marketing plan that is strategic, practical, and effective.


To register or for more information on this program and other services offered by the Practice Management Advisory Service you may contact Daniel M. Mills, assistant director, or Rochelle D. Washington, senior staff attorney, at [email protected].

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