Career Alternatives: Becoming A Freelance Lawyer 

Sep. 13, 2016
Toronto Online

Career Alternatives: Becoming a Freelance lawyer
Sole, Small Firm and General Practice | 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

Technology and innovation are changing the practice of law. Lawyers are offering different types of services on a freelance basis. What does a freelancer do? How can a sole or small firm practice benefit from hiring a freelance lawyer?  How are the services of a freelancer different from that of a sole practitioner or small firm? Join us for this interactive program to gain insight into the types of services being offered and the ways in which they are offered. Hear from freelance lawyers with different practice backgrounds, experience, and service offerings about what they do and how they do it. If you are a lawyer who has been newly called to the bar, uncertain of your legal career future, or thinking of making a career change, establishing a career as a freelance lawyer could be a suitable option for you!


Michele Allinotte, Allinotte Law Office Professional Corporation (Cornwall)


Rosemary Bocska, Research Lawyer
Erin Cowling, Cowling Legal / Flex Legal Network
Maryellen Symons, Research Lawyer

Program Details

Date: Tuesday September 13, 2016
Agenda: 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

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    CBA Member: $65*
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    Non-Member: $105*

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