Event Details



15th Solo and Small Firm Conference: The Solo/Small Advantage

Monday June 29, 2020

9:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. (approx.)

Library, Frontenac County Courthouse

To be taped at the Law Society on Wednesday, June 10, 2020

CPD Hour(s)

0 Substantive

6 hrs. Professionalism


Kathleen Erin Cullin, C.S.

Wallbridge, Wallbridge

Barbara Hicks

Hicks & Hicks Professional Corporation


Being a solo or small firm legal practitioner gives you an advantage; you can be more responsive, agile and creative. How do you parlay those skills into success? We show you how. From client service and running your business to marketing, technology practice management and more, our presenters give you the practical tips and information that will help you leverage your firm to its full potential. Added to the mix is our popular exhibit hall which showcases products and services that will help you to succeed. Be sure to stop by InfoXchange where you can engage with legal industry representatives about a variety of services and information that benefit solos and smalls. Take advantage of our complimentary offerings including professional headshots, and dinner with the Treasurer. Do not miss a chance to network with your fellow solos and small firm legal practitioners at this unique program designed especially for you!


Please call 613-542-0034 or email library@cfla.on.ca


$200 & HST = $226.00 (FLA members or their staff) *

$250 & HST = $282.50 (non-members)

Registration includes Mp4 file, PDF of materials and lunch.  To access the MP4 file and materials please go to the LSUC Store and search under My Account a day or two before the program takes place.

 Please make cheques payable to the Frontenac Law Association and mail to the FLA at 5 Court Street, Kingston, ON.  K7L 2N4

OR, e-transfer payment to library@cfla.on.ca


*CLE programs are subsidized by the Frontenac Law Association

***Cancellation Policy:  full refund one week prior to program.  No refund after MP4 file / pdf has been sent to your portal.

Minimum of three registrants required for the program to be held.


 The Frontenac Law Association (the “FLA”) offers its members the opportunity to purchase continuing legal education DVD replays through the Law Society of Upper Canada.   This service allows individual members to purchase written materials and watch the DVD replay either in a group setting arranged by the FLA or at the member’s leisure.  If a member borrows a DVD, it is to be for his or her use only and may not be shown to a group unless all additional viewers have purchased the accompanying written materials from the FLA.  The FLA relies on its members to honour this policy and may reconsider offering this service if it becomes apparent that any individuals or firms are abusing it.