CFACDL Welcomes Brian Tannebaum

CFACDL is proud to welcome Brian Tannebaum, a past president of FACDL, as a guest at this years Holiday Party.  He has recently written a new book “The Practice,” published by the ABA which is an assortment of posts dealing with issues that affect the practice of law. His 20 years of defense representation–bar discipline, federal and state criminal–which began as an assistant public defender in Miami, has equipped him with a perspective that is refreshing, valuable and entertaining to read wherever you are in your career. For those of you who know Brian, you know that he holds no punches and this holds true in his book which is a must read!

Copies of “The Practice” will be available for purchase and Brian will be signing them at the Holiday Party on December 4th.  This is a fantastic addition to an already great event! We hope to see you all there!

Here are some recent reviews and a little more information on the book.

                     The Practice is a must-read for any lawyer who believes a successful law practice is based in building and maintaining successful relationships.

–       Keith Ferrazzi, author of the #1 NY Times Bestseller Never Eat Alone and Who’s Got Your Back

This is THE book of the year for the new, young or just plain unfulfilled attorney seeking new life for his or her practice.

–          Michelle Villalobos, author of The Stiletto In Your Back, and Founder of the Women’s Success Summit

The Practice is the most important book since Jay Foonberg’s ‘How to Start and Grow a Law Practice’

–          Jordan Rushie, Esq.

Mulvihill & Rushie LLC, Philadelphia

New ABA book gives readers honest, no-holds-barred advice on becoming a better lawyer

CHICAGO, October 1, 2014 —In The Practice, Brian Tannebaum riffs on everything from asking yourself what type of lawyer you want to be, to the most effective way to network and market yourself in an industry where lawyers increasingly over-rely on social media to prove their relevance. It also discusses other important topics, including the proper way to handle referrals, rainmaking, reinventing yourself as a lawyer, personal branding, and much more. This essential resource offers a refreshing, no-holds-barred “truth” about the legal profession in the author’s honest and at times humorous signature voice. Readers will find clear and truthful advice on a wide range of topics that will help them become a better, and more informed lawyer.