Small Practice Support Information Sessions

Access an ongoing series of videos offering crisis support and recovery options for solicitors and firms affected by Covid-19.

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Crisis and small practice support

These web-based sessions have been produced by the Law Society Support Services team and run for an average of 30 minutes. They offer information on a range of useful topics for businesses and individuals including State supports, re-opening your firm, managing stress and more. Just click on the links to view the videos through the Society's YouTube channel.

Upcoming information sessions

See details of future sessions below.

Attracting Visitors to Your Website

Wednesday 23 September, 1pm

Susan Bourke (LegalRSS) will discuss ways to drive web traffic, and more.

Getting Value Out of Technology and Your Website

Wednesday 30 September, 1pm

Solicitor Paul Hajek will discuss maximising the return on your digital investment.

The Impact of Covid-19 on Anxiety Levels and Mood

Wednesday 7 October, 1pm

As part of Mental Health week, get insight on the effect of the pandemic and how to mind your wellbeing.

Tips for Self-Employed Solicitors on Making a Tax Return 

Wednesday 14 October, 12pm

This session will cover practical tax issues in a year impacted by Covid-19

Updates on Capacity Law in Practice

Wednesday 21 October, 1pm

Áine Hynes (Sr John Solicitors) will discuss the latest developments in this complext legal area.

The Law Firm Growth Formula for Websites 

Wednesday 28 October, 1pm

Marketing consultant Nick Jervis will offer insight into shifting your business development online.

Crisis PracticeSupport Information Sessions

Click on the video image to access a playlist of all existing sessions for crisis practice support. Individual links are also listed below.

 

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Small Practice Support Information Sessions

Click on the video image to access a playlist of all existing sessions to support business recovery. Individual links are also listed below.

 

Individual links

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