Unlocking Success: Strategies to Elevate Your Practice

Success in law practice goes beyond legal acumen; it requires the right tools and effective office systems and procedures as its foundation. When considering improvements to your law firm, it can be difficult knowing where to begin. It’s easy to get swept up in the whirlwind of a persuasive salesperson or the rave reviews of enthusiastic colleagues.

This CLE is designed to guide you in assessing your office needs and fortifying your firm's foundation with the latest legal technology insights. 
 PLF Practice Management Attorneys Rachel Edwards, Monica Logan and Kalia Walker discuss the following:

  • Accurately calculating deadlines
  • Assessing office system efficiency with process mapping
  • Improving team and client communication using collaboration tools
  • Creating document templates and working with various automation software
  • Managing document storage and backup using various tools to protect client data
  • Navigating generative artificial intelligence programs such as ChatGPT
Discover how to identify areas for improvement and efficiently use technology to reduce malpractice risk and enhance client services. Gain insights to enrich your law practice regardless of your firm’s size, location, budget, or practice areas.

This seminar has been approved for 1.5 Practical Skills OSB MCLE credits.

Topic: Practice Management
Date: 06/27/2024
Credits:1.5 - PS
Format: Streaming Video
OSB CLE Event ID:108434
Program Materials:Download Program Materials

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