What do clients - and the Bar - expect from a lawyer, technologically? Clients expect their lawyers to work effectively, efficiently, securely. Technology is a basic tool of the legal trade and bar associations increasingly require technology competence as a professional obligation.
During this webinar we'll review what constitutes basic technology competence for lawyers and how their firms can help them meet their technology-related professional obligations:
During this webinar we'll cover:
- Legal requirements – what must lawyers know about the technology they use as required by law and bar associations
- Practical needs – what lawyers should know in order to work more effectively
- Client concerns – what do clients commonly expect their lawyers to be able to do technologically
- IT support – what can IT teams do to help their business users meet their technical competency requirements
As a Document Lifecycle Evangelist, Chuck advocates best practices and tools covering the complete document lifecycle. For over 35 years in legal IT, Chuck has worked for and with all sorts of professional practices, from sole practitioner to global enterprise. Whether as a developer, trainer, business process analyst, or consultant, in all of those roles, he has served as a translator between business users and technical professionals facilitating solutions to the practical needs of professional users and support staff, and the opportunities for IT departments to make a real difference for their end users.
Date: September 20, 2018
Time: 10:30 - 11:00 am CST | 16:30 - 17:00 BST