Solo Practitioner/Small Firm Practice
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The purpose of the IndyBar Solo/Small Firm Practice section is to serve the unique needs of its members in the areas of professional development, education, marketing, networking, and practice management.
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A Message from the Section Chair
“Welcome to the Indianapolis Bar Association’s Solo Small Firm Practice Section! I am excited to serve as the 2014 Section Chair. The goal this year to promote development of our membership through various educational opportunities, networking and social events. We plan on accomplishing many of our goals by collaborating with other sections of the Indianapolis Bar Association. We are one of the more diverse sections of the Indianapolis Bar Association, with attorneys practicing in almost all areas of law. We welcome diversity and the new ideas that come with it. If you are a solo or small firm practitioner interested in fresh ideas, additional resources and expanding your network then consider joining our section. We look forward to hearing from you.”
Polly Weitzman - 2014 Solo/Small Firm Practice Section Chair - Russell & Weitzman