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How Do I… Make the most of the 2022 Solo & Small Firm Conference?

FAQs about one of The Missouri Bar’s most attended events

Each year, the Solo & Small Firm Conference proves to be one of The Missouri Bar’s most anticipated and attended events. The conference provides a unique opportunity for lawyers who practice solo or in small firms to earn CLE, interact with colleagues, develop friendships, and build professional connections. If you’re attending this year’s Solo & Small Firm Conference, read on for FAQs about the event.  

What are some of the offered CLE sessions? 

Attendees will have access to more than 60 breakouts, panel discussions, and plenary sessions with tracks on technology, litigation, GAL, and more. Paul Unger and David Mann will serve as keynote speakers. A full list of programming is available here. Those attending virtually will have access to the sessions for 90 days.  

How do I report my MCLE? 

Attendees should track the programs they attend both in person and virtually, then report them on The Missouri Bar’s website.  

What’s for dinner? 

Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are all included in the registration price for in-person attendees with an all-access pass. A welcome reception and luau will take place Thursday night, while Friday night will feature an ‘80s-themed dinner event with dueling pianos. Coffee stations will be available throughout the day for added convenience.  

Will there be an exhibitor hall? 

Yes! Lawyers attending the conference in person are encouraged to visit with exhibitors and sponsors during programming breaks. Those who track their stops and chat with every vendor will be entered for the chance to win a prize.  

What else is there to do at Margaritaville? 

Guests of the resort can enjoy its many amenities, including golf, horseback riding, swimming, bowling, and boat rentals.  

Are there COVID-19 protocols at the conference? 

The Missouri Bar takes the safety and well-being of its members, the public, and its employees very seriously. We will continue to monitor the coronavirus and its variants, adapting our services and events as appropriate, based on the advice of governments, public health authorities, and medical professionals. Learn more about our safety efforts here.  

What if I have questions during the conference? 

Look for one of the many Missouri Bar staff members who will be wearing special name badges. We’re here to help! 

Reminder: Lawyers can share about their experiences at the conference by using #MOSOLO22 on social media.