Levinson and Stefani founding partner and Chicago Bar Association Solo/Small Firm Practitioners Committee co-chair Ken Levinson is set to moderate a conversation titled “The Lawyer’s Role in a Changing Society,” presented by the CBA’s Solo/Small Firm Practitioners Committee. The talk takes place on Thursday, May 25 from 3-6pm at the CBA.
The law is changing and so is society. Many lawyers look for new, trending areas to hone their niche, but many more are asking, “How can I get involved?” The program features a panel of experienced attorneys from across the legal spectrum, addressing the ways in which lawyers can build their client base by focusing on the nuances their practice.
Participating attorneys include:
- Jon Loevy of Loevy & Loevy (Civil Rights: Your Gate to Involvement);
- Fiona McEntee of McEntee Law Group (Immigration: What Can You Do? What Can an Immigration Lawyer Do?);
- Laura Jacksack of Jacksack Law Offices (Election Law: running for Office and Participating in the Election Process);
- Hannah Garst of the Law Offices of Hannah Garst (Appointments in Federal Court and Other Opportunities for Involvement);
- and Wendy Muchman of the Illinois Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Committee (Ethical Considerations for Lawyers Working in Unfamiliar Areas)
The CBA presents over 120 seminars a year that meet minimum continuing legal education requirements in Illinois and many other states. Seminars are held in-person at the CBA Building, 321 S. Plymouth Ct., Chicago.