|Date||January 9, 2020|
|Time||4:00 - 5:00 pm|
|Description||Sponsored by the Baylor Law Chapter of the Texas Aggie Bar Association|
Presented by Bill Youngkin, a proud member of the Fightin’ Texas Aggie Class of ’69 as well as the Baylor Law Class of ‘75.
Small firm—big impact. Law school teaches you to think like a lawyer, but lawyers in small firms wear more than one hat. How does one person act as an employer, head of human resources, accountant, and so much more? With over 40 years of experience practicing law in the Brazos Valley, Bill Youngkin will share his insight on what it takes to run a successful firm while balancing a full caseload. Attend this upcoming professional development program to learn what it takes to make it big in a small firm.
Qualifies for one hour of professional development credit
|Publisher||Law Current Students|
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