About this webinar
Statistics indicate that many small businesses do not survive for longer than three years. This includes professional service providers like law firms. There are many reasons that lead to a firm’s demise. This could include inadequate capitalisation, financial mismanagement or for one reason or the other, the inability to attract lucrative work from established clients. Join us as we unpack the various tools that are used by marketers and strategists to formulate a strategy that enables a business to be sustainable.
Organised by: LEAD (Law Society’s Legal Education And Development)
Webinar date: 21 May 2019, 16:00 – 18:00
Closing date for registrations: 16 May 2019
Content and outcomes
Reshaping your firm’s business model ..|.. Preparing your firm’s business case ..|.. Opportunities for law firms ..|.. High level overview of procurement tender process ..|.. Generic criteria used by procurement departments to select suppliers ..|.. How proactive risk management by suppliers enhances brand and reputation
The webinar will enable law firms to: Draw, evaluate and review a strategic plan for your business ..|.. Set and measure goals and objectives for the practice ..|.. Formulate and execute a strategy ..|.. Perform and interpret an assessment of the current business (‘as is’) and set the ‘to be’ scenario for the practice.
Who should register?
Legal practitioners who are managing their own practices, legal practitioners intending to start their own practices, and legal practitioners employed as in-house counsel intending to start their own practices.
Moroke Phajane, LLB (UFS) PGDIP Business Administration (Milpark), is an admitted attorney of the High Court of South Africa. Moroke has more than 13 years’ experience in corporate and commercial law gained from his previous roles as an attorney in private practice and in-house counsel at one of South Africa’s top corporate entities. His experience from both corporate and private practice enables him to provide practical, business-focused solutions to clients.
In collaboration with the Law Society of South Africa’s Legal Education and Development programme (LEAD), Moroke has over the past couple of years been instrumental in assisting legal entrepreneurs to successfully position their businesses through practice management training workshops organised by LEAD. His engagements with attorneys running small to medium firms resulted in him establishing The Good Lawyers Network, an online platform intended to inspire, inform and equip lawyers to be their client’s trusted legal adviser.
Cost of the webinar
R350.00 (VAT Inclusive) per participant.
For more information about this webinar contact the seminars department:
Email: seminars@LSSALEAD.ORG.ZA or call tel: +27 (0)12 441 4644 / 4690 / 4613