'Solo Practice Boot Camp' webcast from the Practising Law Institute is slated for Dec.1

The Practising Law Institute (PLI) will present “Solo Practice Boot Camp: Best Practices from Legal Incubator Programs to Help You Launch Your Own Practice” as a live webcast on Tuesday, December 1.

Incubators train and support lawyers to set up practices that charge affordable rates to otherwise underserved clients. This boot camp will benefit all lawyers that want to create sustainable practices serving clients of modest means. Attendees will learn:

• Establishing a law business

• Designing a sustainable practice

• Offering affordable, accessible, and transparent services

• Managing time and personal productivity

• Focusing on modest means and underserved population

The boot camp is designed for aw students, new graduates, lawyers participating in incubator programs, lawyers or students interested in developing a solo practice. This program is specifically tailored to benefit individuals serving a modest-means population, but the program information will benefit all lawyers and law students interested in starting their own practice.

Course materials will be available to attendees prior to the start of the program. Cost for the boot camp is $199.

To register or for additional information, visit www.pli.edu and click on “programs.”