The general purpose of the Solo and Small Firm Section is:

A. To provide a forum for the discussion of problems of common interest to solo and small firm practitioners;
B. To advance the quality of legal services provided by solo and small firm practitioners;
C. To provide a forum for the creation, discussion, advancement, and implementation of ideas to accomplish the foregoing purposes;
D. To sponsor CLE programs for solo and small firm practitioners; and
E. To provide a professional support network for solo and small firm practitioners.



Mark your calendars for the Solo and Small Firm Section’s exciting line up of speakers for the coming months. The Section welcomes every member of the bench and bar to its monthly programs. The Section provides catered lunch gratis to all who pre-register with State Bar Member Services at memberservices@nmbar.org.

John Anderson, U.S. Attorney for the District of New Mexico

U.S. Attorney John Anderson will open the Solo and Small Firm Section fall monthly speaker series with an address on  "Life Under the New Federal Justice Administration."

Noon-1 p.m., Sept. 17, at the State Bar Center located at 5121 Masthead NE in Albuquerque
*Please  note the Monday presentation date which varies from the usual third Tuesday of the month.*

Michael Stout

Nationally-respected criminal defense attorney Mike Stout of Las Cruces will consider "True Believers and the Road to Hell."

Noon-1 p.m., Oct. 16, at the State Bar Center located at 5121 Masthead NE in Albuquerque

Robert Huelskamp

Robert Huelskamp will share his insights from almost forty years working with nuclear weaponry, non-proliferation, and counter terrorism, in "Russia, Iran, and North Korea: What Could Possibly Go Wrong?"

Noon-1 p.m., Nov. 20, at the State Bar Center located at 5121 Masthead NE in Albuquerque