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||8:00am - 1:15pm
||Irwin D. Karp, Esq., productivity consultant with Productive Time, Sacramento, California
Denver C. Snuffer, Jr., Nelson, Snuffer, Dahle & Poulsen, P.C.
Former Judge Robert Hilder
||Utah State Bar
||Solo, Small Firm, & Rural Section of the Utah State Bar
||$90 for Members of Solo Small Firm and Rural Practice Section
$125 All Others
|4 Hrs. (Includes 1.5 Prof/Civility)
8:00 - 8:15am Check-in - Continental Breakfast
8:15 - 8:25am Welcome, Cathleen Gilbert, Section Chair
8:25 - 10:00 am Too Much to Do and Not Enough Time: Solutions for the Solo Practitioner's Nightmare Irwin D. Karp, Esq., productivity consultant with Productive Time, Sacramento, California
10:00 - 10:15am Break
10:15 - 11:15am Negotiation Skills for Lawyers: Understanding Tactics, Process and Opponents Denver C. Snuffer, Jr. Nelson Snuffer, Dahle & Paulsen, P.C.
11:15 - 11:30am Break - Box Lunches
11:30 - 1:15pm Professional Civility in the Practice of Law: Appropriate Advocacy Former Judge Robert Hilder