Time’s a-wastin’!! This Friday is THE EARLY BIRD deadline!

Hello Solo & Small Firmers!

Time’s a-wastin, or in lawyer parlance: the Statute of Limitations is about to run! The Deadline approaches to get the double discount for the LPM-TECH conference: you get a discount for being both a member of the Solo & Small Firm Section PLUS the Early Bird discount, BUT you must login to the Bar’s website and register this Friday OR call the Registrar at 803 799-6653 ext. 122 (do this particularly if you are not a bar member). After this Friday, you will still get the Section discount, but not the early bird.

Every year, we hear from people whose favorite session is “Amazing Apps, Practical Practice Pointers, Terrific Tech Tips & Wonderful Websites.” This year’s session will not disappoint, not with THREE past Chairs of ABA TECHSHOW and veteran “tip givers” Paul Unger, Debbie Foster, and Brett Burney. You’ll see some fun/useful websites, practice tips you’ll love, and great apps for mobile device. All at a quick clip – but don’t worry, you’ll get all the tips in the materials later. AFTER this presentation, the Section will draw names for PRIZES: TWO widescreen computer monitors, and one Varidesk standing desk (you NEED this). PMAP will raffle off: an external hard drive, a wireless phone headset, and a Dymo label maker. Don’t forget to come by the SSF and PMAP exhibit booth to pick up your free conference GIVEAWAY during the day and talk to PMAP staffers, Courtney Kennaday Troutman and Emily Worley.

ALSO: LUNCH is included in the price and you’ll be inspired by a special guest speaker*.

Please be there for this special event at the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center on September 15, 2017. The Section needs YOU to keep this event going! Our registration numbers are lagging behind last year’s. Remember that non-Bar members get a reduced rate and law students can go for $50!

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to email me at pmap@scbar.org.


*NFL former Head Coach Sam Wyche, CLE credit not given

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