Amy Farrar and Amanda Moore, co-founders of the Tennessee Center for Estate and Elder Law, PLLC, have been selected for the inaugural class of the Tennessee Bar Association’s Scaling Small Law Program.
This four-month-long business development and education program is designed for entrepreneurial lawyers, solo practitioners, and small to mid-sized law firms. As part of the class, Farrar and Moore will study business planning, marketing, law firm finance and budgeting, client service, ethics, and technology.
The course will help the firm implement and refine internal systems that will make clients’ experiences as pleasant and smooth as possible. Ultimately, a firm that runs well behind the scenes will produce better and faster results for clients. The team at the Tennessee Center for Estate & Elder Law, PLLC, is committed to doing just that and is honored to have been selected for this forward-thinking new program.