Solo and Small Firm
The Practitioner Winter 2020, Volume 26, Issue 2
- Executive Committee of the Solo and Small Firm Law Section 2019-2020
- Letter From the Editor-In-Chief
- Limiting the Scope of Representation: Times of Crisis Call for Heightened Caution
- MCLE Article: Getting Clients in the Door: How a Client Can Find the Door Even When It's Off the Beaten Path
- Table of Contents
- The Lighter Side of Networking: I Stay Top of Mind Because of My Socks
- The Minimalist Guide to Reaching the First Page of Google
- the Practitioner For Solo & Small Firms
- Three Steps to Building & Maintaining a Strong Network
- Tips for Effective Networking: Kissing Frogs on the Way to Finding Royal Referral Partners
- Letter From the Chair
Letter From the Chair
By Sabrina L. Green
Sabrina Green is a managing partner of Stratton & Green, ALC and focuses on labor & employment, complex business litigation. Besides being the Chair of the California Lawyers Association Solo and Small Firm executive committee, member of the CLA Board of Representatives, she is the Attorney Coordinator for the Thomas Jefferson School of Law Employee Rights Public Clinic, member of the executive committee for the Thomas Jefferson Alumni Board of Directors, Vice President of Executive Women’s Council and a member of the Board of Directors of the Hong Kong Business Association of Southern California, San Diego. Sabrina can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Well, it has been one hell of a start to 2020. COVID-19 has rocked our world and we are experiencing a world like we have never experienced in our lifetime. Phrases like "social distancing" and "flattening the curve" are forever entwined in our vocabulary. When we write for The Practitioner, we usually have a month or two before this magazine is published and released. I am hoping by the time you are reading this edition, that the worst is over, and the warmth of summer may have helped stop the spread of the virus world-wide. Of course, I cannot know the future and this is just a hopeful wish as I write this message in April.
What I do know, and what history has already shown us, is how wonderful our community is and how honored I am to be an attorney, a member of the SSF Section and of the California Lawyers Association. During these unprecedented times, I have seen our section members step up throughout this pandemic ordeal by creating free programing to help our fellow section members navigate the remote workplace, educate businesses on what kind of aid is available, provide free advice seminars to educate employers and employees alike and volunteering to help out their communities in every way possible.