By D. Elizabeth Cox, Cox & Koons
Just because you are not a member of a “big” firm does not mean that you can’t be an active leader in your community. Three members of the Solo/Small Firm Practice Section, Kristen Caldwell of Duvall Bloomer & Caldwell PC, Jane Glynn of Wanzer Edwards PC, and D. Elizabeth Cox of Cox & Koons, are participants in this year’s Bar Leaders Series. Through this program, they are learning what it takes to be true leaders in our community and gaining valuable connections to make it possible.
Prompted by the series, this spring, they’ll participate in the introduction of a new teen dating violence prevention program, Learn-Teach-Lead, at Northwest High School. As solo/small firm attorneys, we know that days are usually filled from dawn until dusk. However, we also know that it is equally as important to find time be involved and make an impact on our community.
Solo/small firm practitioners make up the majority of the population of practicing attorneys in this community and our opportunities for impact are great. The IndyBar makes it easy with a variety of opportunities for solo/small firm practitioners to get involved and give back. To get started, check out the IndyBar events page or contact a Solo/Small Firm Practice Section committee member today. Watch for upcoming articles about the impact Solo/Small firm practitioners are making in our city!
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