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Updates and events from the Law Practice Management and Technology Section

Is your firm prepared for your most active rainmaker to retire? Is recruiting and retention of top talent a challenge because you have not addressed succession? This program will guide you through the challenges to succession planning, a deep dive into succession planning, along with best practices for your firm to develop a successful model to transition lawyers and clients through the process. Read more
As challenges related to COVID-19 continue to emerge, we need to better understand the financial issues our law firms face in order to overcome them. Join us for a discussion on three primary areas of firm finances: setting fees, billing, and collections. Read more
Not every judge or lawyer is ready for virtual court appearances, the key is to be prepared when it is your time. Read more
As professionals prepare to “return to work,” everyone is wondering the same thing: what will “work” look like when the pandemic is over? Some aspects of business will return to how they were before March 2020 while others have changed forever. Approaching client development in a pre-pandemic manner is no longer a viable option for client-focused lawyers. Learning how best to position yourself and your practice in the next normal will be a critical element to your future success. Read more
As businesses become more reliant on technology, when found litigating in California, businesses will find that a larger share of potentially relevant evidence is digital or electronically stored information (“ESI”). Read more
Lawyers are not strangers to online criticism and are faced with a unique set of ethical concerns when evaluating the proper response to online posts that are uncomplimentary, inaccurate, or untrue. Read more
Today’s collaboration data landscape is almost unrecognizable to what it was in the recent past. Read more
It is an understatement to say that 2020 was a year of change. From parents and students adjusting to remote learning to employers pivoting to supporting remote workforces, to some degree, the global pandemic required all of us to confront new realities by embracing change. Read more
This bundle offers 6 hours of MCLE; 1.75 Legal Ethics; 2 self-study credits. Pick 2, save 25%! Pick 4, save 35%! Pick all 8, save 55%! Offer ends March 31, 2021. Read more
Our LPMT section seeks to produce content that our members and the broader CLA community find helpful in managing their law practices. Read more

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