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Client Driven Technologies

Instructor(s): Dennis Kennedy, Esq Dennis M. Kennedy
Cost: $80.00
Course Media Type: Text


Course accreditations:
 State   Total Credits   Ethics   Other Credit Types   Expires 
Hawaii20N/AN/A
Other States: AZ, CT, DC, HI, MD, MA, MI, MO, MT, NJ, ND, SD, WV


This course includes a history of client driven technology, current trends in legal technology, moving to client driven technology and offers practical tips for implementing client driven technologies.

Course Table of Contents

I.        Placing Your Bet on Client-Driven Technologies

A.      Introduction
B.      Moving to Client Driven Technology
C.      Ten Practical Tips for Client-Driven Technology Initiatives

II.       Extranet Basics - Taking A Step Toward a Client-Focused Practice

III.      Outside Counsel/Inside Counsel Partnering Through Technology Toward the Virtual Law Firm

A.      Introduction
B.      Key Issues in Moving to Client Driven Technology
C.      Ten Practical Tips for Partnering with Technology Initiatives

IV.      Predictions for Legal Technology in 2003

A.      Introduction
B.      Major Technology Themes and Trends for Lawyers and Law Firms
C.      Conclusion

V.       The Fully Connected Law Firm

A.      Introduction
B.      Three Key Trends
C.      Three Practical Areas
D.      Internet Signals
E.      Key Questions
F.      Ten Practical Ideas
G.      Conclusions

VI.      The Fully Connected Law Firm: Key Lessons and Action Steps

A.      The Practice of Law in a Time of Change
B.      The Impact of the Internet on Traditional Elements of the Practice
C.      The Internet Means Collaboration.
D.      Three Key Areas Where the Internet Has Enormous Implications
E.      What Will the Practice Look Like in the Internet Era: Who Will Survive and Who Will Thrive?

VII.     Thinking Strategically About Legal Technology

A.      Introduction
B.      Themes for Strategic Planning for Legal Technology
C.      Key Action Steps in Technology and Internet Planning

VIII.    What Can We Learn From the Amish About Technology?

IX.      Resources for Learning About Client-Driven Legal Technology


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