Practice Development Summit – June 27th at the Utah Bar

When work output and solo attorney income don’t match.

I work as much as any other attorney I know, but my income doesn’t reflect how hard I’m working. I spend eighty hours a week being my own receptionist, paralegal, bookkeeper, office manager, marketing director, and technical support while also doing the actual legal work for my clients.

My phone isn’t ringing as often as I’d like, but I feel overwhelmed with everything already on my to-do list without adding more cases. I either need to streamline my solo practice, or figure out how to get my practice to a level where I can afford to hire some help, but I don’t know how to do either.

Sound familiar?

The Practice Development Summit on June 27th at the Utah Bar is targeted to helping attorneys manage issues like this in their practice. Come to this CLE (6.5 credits and 1.5 ethics credits) and learn how to improve your solo practice.


8:30 to 9:00        State of the Legal Market

9:00 to 9:45        Understanding Goals

9:45 to 10:00      Break

10:00 to 11;30   Understanding and creating your processes

11:30 to Noon    Create your client experience

Noon to 1:20      Lunch – Anne Washburn “How Body Language Effects Your Fees”

1:30 to 2:30       Create your client experience continued

2:30 to 2:45        Break

2:45 to 3:00        Create Your Target Plan

3:00 to 4:15        Website Conversion Training (SEO & CRO)

4:15 to 4:30        Wrap-up

Receive a total of 6.5 Utah CLE credits (1.5 Ethics credits) for attending the Practice Development Summit

Advance registration $199

Door registration $249

Sponsored By

Presenting – Kim Mayberry

Chief Success Officer and Co-Founder of REAL Automation Solutions.

Kim Mayberry first of all fell in love with Liz Mayberry while she was in law school and already working for HotDocs® . That relationship later turned into a marriage and a business partnership.

Kim Mayberry received his Bachelor’s Degree in Information System from Brigham Young University and a Masters in Operational Excellence from The Ohio State University. Following graduation, he worked for Ameritech Library Services before joining REAL Automation Solutions, Inc full time in 2004. He is responsible for the training and consulting with law firms to improve their systems.

He has presented on the topic of the impact of systems in the law firm to through CLEs and Webinars throughout the United States.

In his spare time, he loves to mountain bike, ski, and spend time with his family. He reads on average 2 business books a month. He loves to learn and is passionate about helping firms put systems in place that change the lives of the law firm’s clients and team members.