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2022 MOSOLO Small Firm Conference offers in-person and virtual opportunities

The 27th annual MOSOLO Small Firm Conference kicks off June 9 at the Lake of the Ozarks’ Margaritaville Lake Resort, offering both in-person and virtual learning options to help Missouri lawyers even better serve their clients. The conference, which takes place June 9 through 11, will limit on-site participation to 500 attendees and features a variety of networking functions for attendees with on-site passes to celebrate, collaborate, and reconnect. A limited number of guest tickets are available for the Luau and Welcome Reception on June 9. Virtual participants will have access to all sessions which will be streamed live online. 

Over the course of three days, MOSOLO attendees will benefit from more than 60 breakout sessions, panel discussions, and plenaries highlighting topics such as technology, litigation, and guardian ad litem. Featured speakers Paul Unger and David Mann will discuss issues ranging from cybersecurity and law office management, to crafting effective statements in the courtroom. View the full schedule of events under the “Schedule at a Glance” tab at 

“MOSOLO is a unique experience that offers small firm lawyers the chance to meet with colleagues in an enjoyable and relaxed atmosphere,” said Maureen Brady, chair of The Missouri Bar’s Solo and Small Firm Practice Committee. “Building connections with professionals who face similar challenges in their daily practice is an opportunity that benefits lawyers well beyond the scope of the conference.” 

Additional opportunities include no-cost practice management consultations with industry experts from Affinity Consulting, and the ability to network with dozens of sponsors and exhibitors to help expand your professional knowledge and further your knowledge on practice management solutions. 

Register today to secure your all access pass as fewer than 40 remain for the 2022 MOSOLO Small Firm Conference. Visit to claim your in-person or virtual pass before the early bird rate ends on May 9.