Tuesday, February 24, 2015:
- CDO Attorney/CPA Role Workshop – 12:30 p.m. – 1:55 p.m., Room A-110 – The American Association of Attorney-Certified Public Accountants will be talking about their roles as an Attorney and CPA.
Wednesday, February 25, 2015:
- 4L: The Class Never Taught in Law School – 12:30 p.m. – 1:50 p.m., Room F-109 – This program gives you an opportunity to consider your life after law school. During the program you will learn how to generate business. We will discuss how you begin to generate business, the people you should try to meet as a first year attorney, and how an inexperienced attorney can bring in business. We will further discuss specific situations that attorneys have encountered to demonstrate how you can generate business. Gregory R. Cohen is a Partner with the law firm, Cohen, Norris, Wolmer, Ray, Telepman & Cohen. He graduated from the University of Miami (B.A., 1993) and the University of Miami School of Law (J.D., 1996). He has authored “4L: The Class Never Taught in Law School ”, and has lectured to attorneys on how to improve their practice, improve their representation of clients, improve their enjoyment of the practice of law, and how to generate a book of business. Mr. Cohen is presently serving as the Chairman of the Real Estate Committee of the Palm Beach County Bar Association. He has lectured to various professionals involved in real estate, including surveyors, real estate agents and other lawyers (for approved Florida Bar CLE credits). Mr. Cohen is Board Certified in Real Estate by the Florida Bar. His practice areas include: residential and commercial real estate and loan transactions, including a focus on short sales and commercial workouts, issuance of title insurance, business transactions and development transactions. His clients consist of sellers and purchasers of residential and commercial real estate (land, retail, office) and businesses, institutional lenders on commercial and residential loan transactions, real estate agents, title insurance underwriters regarding transactional work and claims work, builders, developers, and landlords and tenants regarding residential and commercial lease transactions.