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2023 MOSOLO Small Firm Conference



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Join us virtually or in-person at Margaritaville Lake Resort for the
2023 MOSOLO Small Firm Conference!


This year’s conference will feature more than 40 sponsors and exhibitors and over 60 breakout sessions, including keynote speaker Barron K. Henley of Affinity Consulting Group.  

Barron, a leading national expert in legal technology, will dive into: 

Plenary: 

  • How to address your technical and cybersecurity obligations under the rules of professional conduct

Breakouts:    

  • Electronic document security and digital signatures    
  • Document automation - how to determine if this highly evolved technology would benefit your practice    
  • 2023’s Best legal tech tips, tricks, services, gadgets, and websites

Families are encouraged to attend Thursday evening’s Boathouse Bash at JB's Boathouse, where you can enjoy barbecue and show off your bowling and arcade game prowess!

On Friday evening, prepare for lots of laughs at a professionally-hosted live game show held after dinner. 

Pass Details

Standard Pass
Early: $320* | Regular: $370

  • Access to CLE sessions, panel discussions, and plenaries
  • Provided Meals
    • Thursday: Lunch, Dinner, Reception
    • Friday: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Reception
    • Saturday: Breakfast

Recording add-on for in-person participants 
$60

  • Program recording access for 90 days. NOTE: Program recordings viewed after the event can only be reported for self-study. Pursuant to Regulation 15.04.5, a lawyer may receive up to six hours of self-study credit in a reporting year. Self-study programs do not qualify for GAL Certification, ethics, elimination of bias or Kansas credit.

Virtual Pass 
Early $320* | Regular: $370

  • Virtual access to CLE sessions, panel discussions, and plenaries
  • Program recording access for 90 days. NOTE: Program recordings viewed after the event can only be reported for self-study. Pursuant to Regulation 15.04.5, a lawyer may receive up to six hours of self-study credit in a reporting year. Self-study programs do not qualify for GAL Certification, ethics, elimination of bias or Kansas credit.

Law Student/Paralegal/Legal Aid Attorney or Paralegal/State Public Defender/Prosecutor/MO Protection & Advocacy Services
In-person Pass | $250

  • Access to CLE sessions, panel discussions, and plenaries
  • Provided Meals
    • Thursday: Lunch, Dinner, Reception
    • Friday: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Reception
    • Saturday: Breakfast

Law Student/Paralegal/Legal Aid Attorney or Paralegal/State Public Defender/Prosecutor/MO Protection & Advocacy Services
Virtual Pass | $250
 

  • Virtual access to CLE sessions, panel discussions, and plenaries
  • Program recording access for 90 days. NOTE: Program recordings viewed after the event can only be reported for self-study. Pursuant to Regulation 15.04.5, a lawyer may receive up to six hours of self-study credit in a reporting year. Self-study programs do not qualify for GAL Certification, ethics, elimination of bias or Kansas credit.

* Early rates end 5/9/23

Conference Lodging Rates

Margaritaville Sign Margaritaville Aerial View Margaritaville Sleeping Room

Margaritaville Lake Resort 
494 Tan Tar A Drive | Osage Beach, MO

Resort & Estate Complex Rates
Guest Room $142
1 Bedroom Suite $239
2 Bedroom Suite $377
Rates are per night, plus tax.

Resort Complex guest rooms and suites are in interconnected buildings within walking distance of meeting rooms, resort dining and recreation.

Estates Complex guest rooms and suites are approximately 10 minutes away from the Resort Complex; a free shuttle is available.

Click on the following link to reserve your sleeping room with the code MBAR:  https://irm.margaritavilleresortlakeoftheozarks.com/irmng/index.html?g=MBAR.
Or by calling 1-800-826-8272 and providing the agent with group code MBAR or mentioning that you are attending the Solo and Small Firm Conference.

Conference lodging rates end May 9, 2023, or when the block is filled, whichever occurs first.

Group rate is available two days before and after the conference dates, subject to availability. 

Additional Meal Ticket Information

Additional meal ticket pricing:

All meals for children 5 and under are free.

Thursday dinner ticket - child 6-12 years  - $15.00

Thursday dinner ticket - adult 13 and over - $30.00

Friday breakfast ticket - child 6-12 years  - $15.00

Friday breakfast ticket - adult 13 and over - $30.00

Friday dinner ticket - child 6-12 years  - $15.00

Friday dinner ticket - adult 13 and over - $30.00

Saturday breakfast ticket - child 6-12 years  - $15.00

Saturday breakfast ticket - adult 13 and over - $30.00

If you would like to purchase additional meal tickets at a later date once you have completed the registration process, login to your MoBarCLE account, locate the 2023 MOSOLO Small Firm Conference, and click on the blue "Buy the Add-On" button. 

If you have any of your additional meal tickets require dietary restrictions, please contact us at mobarcle@mobar.org.

Cancellation Policy

2023 MOSOLO Small Firm Conference Registration Cancellation & Refund Policy

  •  All cancellation and refund requests must be in writing to mobarcle@mobar.org
     
  •  A full refund of the registration fee will be issued if we receive your written cancellation by June 1, 2023. You will not have access to electronic course materials.
     
  •  No refund of the registration fee will be issued if we receive your written cancellation after June 1, 2023.  You will have access to electronic course materials.

Photo/Video/Comments Permission

MoBarCLE may take photos and video at this program. By attending, you give The Missouri Bar permission to use images or audio captured at these programs, as well as any written comment on evaluation forms, in any electronic or printed communications by The Missouri Bar and for any educational, advertising, and promotional purposes. You agree to release The Missouri Bar, its employees, agents, and designees from liability for any violation of any personal or proprietary right you may have in connection with such use.

COVID-19 Safety Information

The Missouri Bar takes the safety and well-being of its members, the public, and its employees very seriously. We will continue to monitor the coronavirus and its variants, adapting our services and events as appropriate, based on the advice of governments, public health authorities, and medical professionals.

•    We will inform you of any changes that affect you, especially when it comes to in-person events. This includes any cancellation notices or changes to venue, format, or safety guidelines.  

•    Whenever possible, any notices will be announced at least three days in advance of an event.

•    We encourage all attendees of Missouri Bar events to be aware of and follow CDC guidelines for large gatherings.

•    Help us keep everyone in attendance safe by not attending an event if, within the 10 days prior to the event:
    ♦  You have tested positive for COVID-19; 
    ♦  You have experienced any symptoms of COVID-19; or
    ♦  You have been in close contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19.  

•    Be respectful of the personal comfort level of other attendees when it comes to physical distancing, including shaking hands or other gestures common in networking environments.

By registering for and attending a Missouri Bar event, you agree to take necessary measures, including departing the event, and to notify The Missouri Bar at COVID-Advise@mobar.org if you test positive for COVID-19 or begin to experience symptoms of COVID-19. Furthermore, you agree to notify The Missouri Bar at COVID-Advise@mobar.org if you test positive for COVID-19 within 10 days after the event.   

Please also be advised that, pursuant to RSMo. 537.1005, effective Aug. 28, 2021, “under Missouri law, any individual entering the premises or engaging the services of the business waives all civil liability against the individual or entity for any damages based on inherent risks associated with an exposure or potential exposure to COVID-19, except for recklessness or willful misconduct.”

Please contact The Missouri Bar with any questions or concerns.

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