The American Bar Association (ABA) recently adopted a change to the Model Rules of Professional Conduct to clarify that lawyers have a duty to be competent not only in the law and its practice, but also in technology. To Model Rule 1.1 (attorneys must provide competent representation), the ABA has added Comment 8 stating that maintaining technological competence is part of meeting that duty.
We will outline a step-by-step process for creating a learning culture in your firm, so technology training is an integral part of providing competent representation to your clients.
We'll cover topics including:
- Get buy-in from management
- Form a technology committee
- Administer individualized assessments
- Increase attorney participation
- Create customized training
- Offer training that meets people where they are
- Award certifications or other competitive incentives (which can also tout the firm's technological advantages)
If your firm hopes for continued success in the future, it is imperative to create a learning culture today. We'll prepare you to achieve the tech learning goals needed for long-term firm success.
This program is free and includes 1 Ethics CLE.
Doug Striker is the CEO of Savvy Training & Consulting, where experts help law firms acquire the software platforms they need, train their entire staff for maximum efficiency, and assure ongoing continuity and efficiency of workflow. From weekly opt-in webinars and on-site training to a robust, subscriber-based learning management system, the company's work translates directly into higher earning power for law firms and corporate legal departments throughout the U.S. and Canada. As a former law firm COO, Doug has the financial, HR, facilities, operations and marketing background to understand the complex factors that affect day-to-day visibility and operations, and the long-term fiscal components that can make or break a firm.
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12:00PM - 1:30PM
September 25, 2018