The Jacksonville Lawyers Roundtable is an open forum for lawyers and legal professionals to talk about rainmaking and practice management. The Roundtable meets once monthly. The JLR was created April 2, 2004, by business coach Doug Wilder, who has a vision for building your business and practice through relationship building, and self-improvement.
Any and all lawyers are invited to the Jax Lawyers Roundtable. In addition, law students, in-house office administrators and practice managers, in-house law firm marketers, and paralegals are also invited.
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Jacksonville Lawyers Roundtable meets every month on the first Friday (except holidays) of each month from 11:45 am to 1:00 pm. As this is an informal group and by the nature of the legal profession, some attendees must come late or leave early, and so there is a high tolerance for late arrivals or early departures.
There are no dues for the Jacksonville Lawyers Roundtable. The only cost is the cost of the meal a la carte, plus tip. You pay the restaurant directly.
Upcoming Jacksonville Lawyers Roundtable Meetings
- Fri, May 06Fogo de Chao
- Fri, Mar 04Fogo de Chao
- Fri, Feb 04Fogo de ChaoFeb 04, 11:45 AM – 1:00 PMFogo de Chao, 4784 Town Center Pkwy, Jacksonville, FL 32246, USAStress and exhaustion can sometimes create a distraction from practicing law. This meeting focused on tips and tricks on how to take care of the lawyer. Coach Heidi Aderman and Coach Doug Wilder provided ways to be focused and use your optimum brain power.
- Fri, Jan 07Fogo de ChaoJan 07, 11:45 AM – 1:00 PMFogo de Chao, 4784 Town Center Pkwy, Jacksonville, FL 32246, USAThe roundtable was perfect for exchanging the best business development ideas implemented in 2021 and how we plan to take on 2022. This open forum discussion centered on keeping in touch, networking, referrals, fees, and marketing.
Past Jacksonville Lawyers Roundtable Meetings
Executive Coach for Lawyers
“Rainmaking, Relationships, and Personal Improvement.” Doug works with great lawyers who want equally great practices. He particularly works with lawyers on rainmaking, communication, de-stressing, managing, and building better relationships with other lawyers and staff. Doug suggests you “enjoy the practice of law.”