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Finance for Lawyers 2021

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STARTMon., Dec. 06, 2021
9:00 AM
ENDMon., Dec. 06, 2021
4:00 PM
CLE 5 sub/1 eth* PRICE Regular: $349.00
New Attorney: $175.00
Subscribers Pay: $0.00

* = Ethics information has been integrated throughout this program. To receive ethics credit, you must attend the entire course.


Be ready when you’re called on to provide counsel on financial matters

Possessing a modest understanding of key elements of finance is important in assisting your clients with their problems and in meeting their objectives and goals.
The more you understand, the better you’re able to counsel clients with confidence, and use your financial understanding to their advantage during negotiations or litigation.

Mr. Novello will cover:

  • Foundations of Modern Accounting and the Basic Equation of Finance
  • Financial Statements
  • Accounting Methodologies and Principles
  • Who’s Who in Financial Reporting
  • Private Company Accounting
  • Key Numbers and Ratios
  • Present Value Concepts and Business
  • Valuations
  • The Lawyer’s Role in Financial Audits
  • Basic Concepts of Financial Investment
  • Financial Fraud Schemes

Highly recommended for anyone who sits on a Board of Directors. Rather than complex financial or mathematical formulas, our experienced instructor uses real-life examples and illustrations to present financial concepts in a clear, engaging manner. Attendees will receive a comprehensive overview of accounting principles, financial statements, risk vs. return, financial fraud schemes and other issues.

6 Specialized Knowledge Credits, 1.2 Professional Ethics Credits


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Joseph Novello CPA, MBA The Financial Training Organization
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