Inspiration On All Ends
While most conferences keep attendees locked inside most of the day, The Law Conference understands that hard-working professionals need to do more than study. They need time to release the stress associated with the profession.
To that end, we have scheduled all presentations on Friday & Saturday to end by two o'clock PM, Pacific Time.
We will be offering attendees the finest opportunities to do just really enjoy themselves during their stay. Whether it's tennis and golf at the most elegant facilities, relaxing at the spa, the best fine dining at private restaurants, VIP access to the best shows or The Ultimate Warrior Lawyer Contest, by the time attendees leave, they will feel invigorated and renewed.
Our Advisory Board
Frederick Shelton is the CEO of Shelton & Steele, a legal recruiting & consulting firm that specializes in lateral placement of partners and associates, as well as coordinating law firm mergers & acquisitions.
Frederick was once a homeless teen, hence his commitment to donate all net proceeds to Help of Southern Nevada.
Larry is the CEO of Las Vegas Destination Management. He has coordinated and run events and conventions in Las Vegas for over a decade. He has managed events ranging from corporate retreats to conventions that had thousands of attendees. Larry is donating his time and resources to The Law Conference.
Chris is a partner at the law firm of Taylor English Duma, a full-service law firm with over 150 attorneys in their Atlanta office and another twenty who work virtually. Chris is in charge of their virtual attorney program.
Christopher is the CEO Modelspay. Christopher created a community of models, talent, photographers, actors, actresses, companies, corporations and fans.
The quest of Modelspay is to connect talent with employers, create millions of jobs and provide trust and a expedited payment solution.
Kelly Rossi is the CEO of Marketing Magnitude, a digital marketing company that specializes in small to medium sized businesses as well as high-end professionals such as doctors, lawyers and accountants. She has been involved in various philanthropic endeavors in the Las Vegas area.
Kelly is donating her services to The Law Conference.
The Choice is Yours
We considered reserving a block of rooms off with a specific hotel but then discovered that such blocks don't always secure the best rates. Trivalgo, Expedia etc. often beat even the best negotiated rates.
We then asked 50 attendees what they would prefer. Nearly forty wanted to stay elsewhere, depending on where they had a Rewards Program.
So at a convention about innovation, The Law Conference will innovate when it comes to accommodations.
Thus, The Law Conference will provide over a dozen, personal Hotel Concierges for attendees.
When you register, just list the 1 or 2 hotels you would prefer, and your concierge will provide the best quotes for each, as well as a link to secure the lodging of your choice.
Twenty years ago, Knicole started her career the way most attorneys at AmLaw Top 50 firms do: Billing massive amounts of hours and working 70 hour workweeks. Also like most attorneys, she received no training in business development in college, law school, or from the partners for whom she worked.
Knicole quickly realized that the attorneys who built a loyal client base, were paid more and enjoyed greater freedom and mobility. She also realized that success in law often means specializing in a niché practice and becoming the best in that niché. She began her client development efforts with traditional methods such as networking, speaking and writing. Then, in 2012, she employed a different strategy: Blogging. She began a Medicare and Medicaid regulatory compliance blog.
Within three months, this one strategy accelerated her annual revenue generation into the six figures. Within one year her origination numbers increased into the seven figures and continues to be well into the seven figures every year. 99% of Knicole’s clients contact and hire her team directly because of her blog.
Knicole will be sharing how she develops relationships and clients through both traditional and 21st century methodology, including hashtagging, social media pitfalls, and getting the most out of your social media marketing.
Knicole Emanuel, Partner at Practus Law
Frederick Shelton has held positions as the CMO of a general practice law firm, Executive Director of a patent boutique, National Director of Legal at a 2,000+ person organization and is now the CEO of Shelton & Steele.
For over 25 years, Frederick has coordinated the lateral moves of associates, partners, groups, and law firm mergers & acquisitions.