April 1, 2020
Michigan Association for Justice
Law Practice Management
Coronavirus is placing additional demands on attorneys already struggling with leading the firm, managing staff, managing the constant influx of information, demands of the client, and demands of their family. Award winning special needs and elder law planning attorney, Michele Fuller, shares ten top strategies to help you respond to changes brought by the Coronavirus. She is the founder of the Michigan Law Center, PLLC, a certified Adjunct Practice Advisor with Atticus, and is also the mother of four great kids. She has participated in business coaching for lawyers for the past 8 years, and will share her top strategies for helping you achieve a work-life balance while building a successful firm that makes a difference to the people you serve.Expand summary
Program Titles and Supporting Materials
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