Have you been told that all lawyers should endeavour to build their own book of business? Part 2 of FACL BC's Business Development Seminar series will feature lawyer panelists who have either started their own firm or are in the process of growing their practice.
This event will be take place on Friday, April 28, 2023 at 6:15PM in a hybrid format:
- To attend virtually, please register on Zoom.
- To attend in-person at the office of Forte Law (#201–3038 Croydon Dr, Surrey), please register on our website. Given limited physical seating, in-person attendance is capped at 15 registrants. A $5 registration fee will apply for in-person registrants.
Attendees are welcome to stay and socialize after the event.
We thank Forte Law for their venue sponsorship and kind support.
Attending this event will qualify for 1 LSBC CPD credit.
Meet the Speakers:
Jim Wu is a lawyer Forte Workplace Law. After nearly abandoning the practice of law, Jim decided to open his employment law practice. Despite being, then, a completely brand-new call, Jim was able to in 6 months, open up 52 files and generate for his very own firm a net profit of $50,000, before ceremoniously closing his practice to join Forte Workplace Law where he currently remains as the firm’s employment litigator.
Steven Liu is a partner at Trivium Law, where he practices primarily in the field of commercial and real estate law, specializing in commercial and industrial real estate acquisition, sale, and financing, as well as real estate development, and tax-driven corporate reorganizations.
Aisha Naveed currently practices at Darnell Law Group, where her areas of practice include family law, employment and human rights law, real estate, wills and probate and business law. She is also the vice-chair of the South Asian Legal Clinic of British Columbia, an active volunteer with the Access Pro Bono Society of British Columbia and works with Ahmadiyya Women’s Association as an outreach and volunteer coordinator for a youth group.
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