NYSBA Webcast: Setting Up Your Home Office

Committee on Lawyers in Transition

Setting Up Your Home Office

Live Program and Webcast

Wednesday, November 9, 2011

12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.
(Eastern Time)

The program is free to all attorneys, but pre-registration is required.

Attend in person or view the live webcast online

Register online

www.nysba.org/November9thWebcast

A Panel with Jeffrey Calandra, Organizational Concepts Designed 4 Life
and Rona Brand, RTB Interiors

Setting up your home office can be a challenge, whether establishing a private environment to see clients, or organizing an existing (and sometimes small) space for use as both an office and a guest or other room in your home.  Our panelists will address issues regarding floor planning and furniture (such as creating a private entrance, using limited space, floor plans for functionality, furniture that works and dual purpose rooms), organization (such as storage, use of walls and shelves, filing systems and avoiding office clutter) and what to display (such as what to keep visible (and not) and avoiding visual clutter).

This program is part of the New York State Bar Association Committee on Lawyers in Transition series of free, live webcasts on Career Development to help lawyers better manage their careers during this tough economy.  The October program is co-sponsored by the Law Practice Management Committee.

If you are in the NYC area, attend the program in person at

Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson LLP
375 Park Avenue (at 52nd Street)
New York City

Please note that your name must be added to a security list to enter the building, pre-registration is required. Register online at www.nysba.org/November9thWebcast

The weblink to view the program along with any program materials will be forwarded to all registrants.  If you are unable to attend in person or participate in the LIVE webcast, the recorded archive will be available online and posted at the Committee’s website www.nysba.org/LawyersinTransition.

 

Did you miss the October Attorney Websites and Marketing program?

Visit www.nysba.org/LITarchivedWebcasts to view archived webcast.

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