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Yau Law to participate in panel discussion about starting a law firm

Whether it is a fashion boutique, a coffee shop, a nail salon, or even a law firm, a business is a business, and the Yau Law Firm is there to help with each stage of its creation. On Friday, September 6, 2013, Florence Monauer will join three other Jacksonville attorneys in a panel discussion with law students about starting a law firm.

“I think it is vitally important that law students consider the possibility of starting a law firm,” Ms. Monauer said. “With the way the economy is–and I think this is applicable to any field–businesses want to hire people who can add value to the company and bring profit. To be that kind of employee, one should have to understand how to think like a business owner.” Ms. Monauer goes on to explain (to her staff who eagerly listened) that most companies simply do not just hire people on what they “can do,” but rather, “what they can bring.”

Ms. Monauer is eager to bring her experience into the discussion and will be happy to answer any questions at the event. The panel discussion is hosted by the South Asian Bar Association of Florida–Jacksonville and FCSL’s Asian Pacific American Law Student’s Association.

Date: September 5, 2013, Thursday

Time: 12:00 noon

Place: Florida Coastal School of Law, room 250

Free lunch is provided by RSVP e-mail: sweta.tekal@law.fcsl.edu

The panel discussion will offer 2 Continuing Legal Education points to practicing Florida attorneys, and 2 professionalism points for law students at the Florida Coastal School of Law.

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