The Summit will feature a special keynote address by new Michigan Supreme Court Chief Justice Stephen Markman, and two educational programming tracks. The Professional and Business Development Track will include the following educational seminars: “Beyond LinkedIn: How to Build a Powerful Professional Network on Social Media,” “Rainmaking: Much More than Simply Making Money,” “Cut the Fat: Use Lean to Improve Efficiency, Reduce Cost & Return Respect for People to Your Legal Practice,” “The Professional Professional: Cultivating an Image for an Entire Career and Beyond,” & “Becoming an Articulate Advocate: Strategies for Powerful Public Speaking in and out of Court.”
The Litigation Boot Camp Track will include the following educational seminars: “Write Like the Best: A Hands-on Editorial Session,” “Evidence Jeopardy: Enhancing Your on-the-Spot Evidence Knowledge in a Fun-Not-Painful-Way!,” “The Anatomy of the Ultimate Trial Notebook: from Case Screening to Verdict,” “Perfecting the Art of Voir Dire: Selecting the Best Jurors for Your Case,” and “Trial No Error: Tips on Trial Strategy.”
The Summit will also feature many networking opportunities, including a welcome reception at 7:00 p.m. on April 28, and morning exercise classes, breakfast, a keynote luncheon, and dinner on April 29.
Young Lawyer Section members who register for the Summit before April 14 will pay $45, and the cost rises to $60 after April 14. For more information about the Summit, visit connect.michbar.org/yls or contact Shenique Moss at email@example.com.
A block of rooms is being held at Crystal Mountain Resort until March 29. Reserve your hotel room at Crystal Mountain Resort online or by calling (855) 520-2974 and using the group code 4617RV.