“Managing the Solo and Small Firm During COVID-19 and Other Public Crises,” hosted by the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association (NAPABA) Solo & Small Firm Network, addressed that, while the current COVID-19 pandemic brings uncertainty and fear to all businesses, one thing you can be certain of is your response to the unprecedented circumstances. For now, and if/when the next public crisis hits, solo practitioners and managing partners need to be prepared to keep business running as usual.
Peter, Sherin, and Jason reviewed three key issues currently affecting firms—working from home, staying on top of your practice and workflow, and keeping up with marketing and business development efforts—and provided practical tips on how to manage your firm through a crisis.
Willenken has been a proud member of NAPABA since 2002, and Jason currently serves as co-chair of the NAPABA Solo & Small Firms Network webinar series.
NAPABA is the preeminent professional development organization and voice for 50,000 Asian Pacific American attorneys, judges, law professors, and law students. Learn more about NAPABA here.