News & Events

Repeat Workshop No. 1 on the practice of law June 20, 2012

"You've Started Practicing Law. Now What Do You Do." Important tips on getting and keeping clients, setting fees and rates, whether and how to take in new clients.
Date: June 20, 2012. Time: 5:15-7:15 pm. Place: 38 Newbury Street, 6th Floor, Boston, MA.
Fee: $100, including set of summary materials. 10% discount if you take the full workshop series. See prior announcement for full details.
To register: contact Mr. Reich at: kreich@kennethreichlaw.com. Pay in advance by check or paypal:
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Workshop Series for Lawyers in Their Early Years of Practice - Find out how to sign up here

Kenneth Reich Law Practice Mentoring

Series of Five Workshops for Lawyers in Their Early Years of Practice

“What They Didn’t Teach You in Law School About
Practicing law Effectively, Competently and Profitably"

Save The Date for Workshop on May 16

Please hold open the date, Wednesday May 16, from 5-7pm for the first of a series of practical workshops on the practice of law. Place: 38 Newbury Street, 6th floor, BackBay, Boston.

First Group Meeting of 2012

I’m happy to announce that my first group meeting of the year will be held on Tuesday, January 17, 2012, at 12:30 pm. This time the location is 38 Newbury Street, 6th floor, my new offices.

Review of October Meeting

Summary of Group Mentoring Meeting on October 20, 2011.

Next Meeting on 11/9, 12:30 at the BBA

All: I've scheduled the next group mentoring meeting for November 9 at the BBA at 12:30. We'll have a general discussion on topics of interest and I also plan to talk briefly about issues in interaction with other lawyers and with judges. Let me know if there are other topics anyone wishes to discuss. As usual, please bring your own lunch and drinks will be provided.
Please RSVP for the benefit of the BBA. See you then.

PS: I apologize for the short notice, but given my schedule, the only other available dates were November 21, 22 and I assumed that's too close to Thanksgiving. If there's a consensus that this first date won't work, I'll sent out another notice.

monthly mentoring meeting October 20, 2011

Our next monthly meeting will be held at the Boston Bar Association at 12:30 pm on October 20, 2011. We will continue our discussion of client development and other topics of interest to the group. Please RSVP.

Group Meeting

Our next meeting will be held on August 17, 2011 at the BBA at 12:30 pm. Please provide your own lunch and the BBA will provide drinks. I will plan to discuss client development 101 and as usual we will discuss your questions. Please RSVP. Also, if you have colleagues you think would benefit from our sessions, please invite them to come and RSVP me.

Group Mentoring Meeting

Date and time: June 29, 2011 at 12:30 pm
Location: Boston Bar Association: 16 Beacon Street, Boston, MA
Event: Group Mentoring Meeting.
Description: The principal purpose of the meeting is to network and to discuss issues common to your practices in an informal, non-judgmental setting, including, as examples, client development, setting fees, dealing with clients, seeking advice. The hope is that this can become a regular event at which we can combine networking and camaraderie with practice tips from me and other experienced lawyers. Because space is limited, I would appreciate it if you could let me know if you plan to attend.

How to Establish Your New Law Practice

Monday, May 2, 2011 at 3:00pm
Boston Bar Association

The Movement from Theory to Practice: What To Do When Being a Lawyer Gets Real

When you graduate from law school, and your days of book learning are officially over, you're presented with a significant shock to the system. All of a sudden, the fact of your being a 'real lawyer' is officially established. It's natural to have lots of questions, to worry about a number of things and to get stressed out. Oftentimes, it's difficult to find more experienced attorneys to talk to, especially in the prevailing economy, when everybody's working over capacity. And, even if you have mentors, there may be gaps that need filling, since your questions may cover a broad range of concerns.

If you're starting out as an attorney, and need answers to your burning questions, our panels can help you along the way.

Moderator:

Jared D. Correia, Esq.
Law Office Management Assistance Program

"Common Concerns for New Practitioners"

-How do I file a motion? How do I deal with opposing counsel? How should I approach my boss with questions and concerns? How do I serve process? How do I cross-examine a witness?

Our expert panel covering substantive matters will present answers to common questions new attorneys face, and will take your questions, as well.

Faculty:

Tasha L. Buzzell, Esq.
Law Offices of Tasha Buzzell

Katherine L. Kenney, Esq.
Peabody & Arnold LLP

Marc G. Perlin, Esq.
Professor of Law, Suffolk University Law School

Kenneth A. Reich, Esq.
KennethReichLaw

Presentation Time: 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm


"Ethics Concerns for New Practitioners"

-How do you manage client confidentiality in your new office setting? How do you market yourself without holding out as a specialist? How do you manage trust accounts and reconciliation?

Our expert panelist covering ethics matters will present answers to common questions new attorneys have, and will take your questions, as well.

Faculty:

Stacey A.L. Best, Esq.
Office of the Bar Counsel

Mentoring Lunch

Kenneth Reich is speaking at a mentoring lunch.
Tuesday, April 12, 2011 at 12:30pm
Boston Bar Association, Boston, MA

Hello all: I'm hosting a free group mentoring session, or just call it a group get together, with lunch provided, to talk and guage the interest in having periodic get togethers to discuss practical issues in the running of a law practice and to facilitate networking opportunities. I'm happy to speak a bit about these topics at the first meeting, but also want to leave plenty of time for questions. No obligations, no charge. Your only responsibility is to let me know if you're coming. If you'd like to see my background and experience, please check my legal website at www.kennethreichlaw.com. The website also references several blogs I've posted on law practice topics, including a blog that was posted on the LOMAP website. I am in the process of setting up a separate mentoring website and facebook page in order to be able to offer you online resources as well as more convenient announcements of events.



Drinks and lunch provided
RSVP necessary by no later than April 8 (to reserve the space and order the food) at kreich@kennethreichlaw.com or 781-608-7267. See you there.

Disclaimer: The provision of mentoring services does not contitute and shall not be considered the practice of law. The provision of such services does not establish an attorney-client relationship with the recipient of such services. Mr. Reich has a separate website for his legal practice, which can be found at www.kennethreichlaw.com.