Whether you're pivoting practice areas or just starting out, there are many unique aspects to bankruptcy that they don't teach in law school. Representing clients through difficult times takes impeccable client management skills and financial acumen. You'll also need to know how to bring in new business while keeping fast-moving cases in order. Join our distinguished faculty as they share their top tips for success in the practice of bankruptcy. Register today!
Learn top strategies for retaining new clients.
Explore bankruptcy case and file management best practices.
Get practical guidance for structuring challenging client conversations.
Discover effective tactics for managing support staff.
Where and How to Get Clients
Establishing a Case and File Management System
Essential Forms, Resources and Billing Strategies (With Samples)
RONALD I. CHORCHES is the principal of the Law Offices of Ronald I. Chorches, LLC, in Wethersfield, Connecticut. He is appointed to the Panel of Chapter 7 Standing Trustees, U.S. Bankruptcy Court, District of Connecticut. Mr. Chorches has limited his practice to bankruptcy law, bankruptcy litigation, workouts, commercial litigation, and creditors' rights since 1991. He has lectured before legal and business groups on bankruptcy law and foreclosure law. Mr. Chorches is a member of the American Bankruptcy Institute, the National Association of Bankruptcy Trustees and the Chapter 13 Trustee Bankruptcy Association. He is a member of the Commercial Law and Bankruptcy sections of the Connecticut Bar Association and the Commercial Law Section of the American Bar Association. Mr. Chorches earned his B.A. degree from Skidmore College and his J.D. degree from Western New England College, School of Law.
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