Program Director Ellen Murphy, hosts a Q&A session to discuss the Small Business Practice LLM, including the benefits of an online LLM program and use of the Concord Learning Management System. Also covered are curriculum specifics, admissions processes, tuition and the advantages of the LLM for your practice.
With Rosalind Mouser, Immediate Past President of the Arkansas Bar Association and Partner, Ramsay, Bridgforth, Robinson & Raley LLP. Attorney Mouser discusses the Five Steps of Bankruptcy, as well as key issues, including the automatic stay, discharge, and the pros and cons of Chapter 7 vs. Chapter 13 relief, each of which is explored in detail in the LLM course Creditor and Bankruptcy Rights of Sole Proprietors and Small Firms. Ms. Mouser is also on the Advisory Board of the Small Business Practice online LLM program.
with Rodney Dowell, Director of the MA Law Office Management Assistance Program and Erik Mazzone, Director of the NC Center for Practice Management. Professors Dowell and Mazzone provide tips on: incorporating referral sources as part of a larger marketing plan; choosing referral sources to target; the mechanics of referral source meeting; and determining the effectiveness of referral sources. Each of these topics is covered in detail in the Law Practice Management course, a required course in the online LLM program.
With Small Business Practice LLM Program Director and Ethics Professor Ellen Murphy, who provides tools to address, both ethically and efficiently, areas in which ethics and technology commonly collide for small firms, including cloud computing and the use of Software as a Service, marketing via websites and social media, and metadata and confidentiality concerns.