I am excited to announce that I am joining the faculty at Solo Practice University. SPU is a phenomenal resource for solo and small firm lawyers to learn the nuts and bolts of building a practice. Attorneys who join can learn substantive law as well as valuable information about actually running their practices. But don’t take my word, for it take a look at the announcement:
Kira Fonteneau is a landlord tenant attorney primarily representing landlords. She will teach a course about Landlord/Tenant Law at Solo Practice University™.
Ms. Fonteneau is Licensed to practice law in Alabama, Georgia and Virginia, but focuses her practice in Alabama running The Fonteneau Firm, LLC. As part of her practice, Kira routinely and successfully represents clients from across the country with legal issues in Alabama in unlawful detainer, ejectment, premises liability and other disputes arising out of the landlord and tenant relationship. Ms. Fonteneau also advises her clients concerning landlord best practices to avoid tenant claims and protracted litigation.
She holds a Bachelor of Arts from The University of Virginia and a Juris Doctor from the University of Georgia School of Law. Kira is also an accomplished speaker focusing her presentations on employment topics like the Family and Medical Leave Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, Racial and Sexual Harassment, Proper Discharge Procedures and Leadership.
I will be teaching all about landlord and tenant law. In the class, I will discuss the benefits of adding landlord tenant to your practice, ways to attract landlord tenant clients and the nuts and bolts of the substantive law. So if you are a lawyer or will be one soon, I encourage you to become active in Solo Practice University. I will see you there!