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New Orleans lawyers: Interested in a useful CLE seminar, done really well?

By November 28, 2011law, presentations

If you’ll be in New Orleans the week between Christmas and New Years, and if you need CLE credit, then you might want to sign up for one of the seminars I’m helping to put  on. All of the seminars are tech-related, and based on the idea that lawyers have to deal with technology so it makes sense to learn how to use it better.

Why not kill two birds with one stone? That is, you can get CLE credit for learning some tech skills that will actually help you in your day-to-day practice. Also, our seminars are put on by outstanding speakers who know how to explain technology effectively.

The first two days of the seminar are called Paperless Chase: Digital Lawyering tips & tricks. You can sign up for one day, or both days (and get a price break if you sign up for two days). These sessions will cover things like E-discovery, Working with PDF files, Email issues, Digital Case Management, Digital Note-taking, Cloud computing, and Mobile Lawyering (iPads and iPhones etc.).

The third day is a half-day intensive seminar that focuses on How to Create a Paperless Law Practice. It’s perfect for anyone who is trying to become paperless, or to improve on an initial foray into paperless lawyering.

Both sessions have Early-bird pricing that will expire on Dec 1st, so if you’re interested now is the time to sign up. Also, we’re keeping the sessions down to a small size, which means that they’ll probably sell out not long after the Dec 1st price jump. Click here for the main page, or click on the links above if you know which seminar you want to attend.

We pride ourselves on doing CLE the way it should be done. We give useful information that can help any lawyer who has a computer or a smartphone, and we do it in an interesting and entertaining way. Of course, if you’ve been to one of our seminars you know that already.


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