The world has been turned upside down and many things will never be the same, the legal industry included. With the rapid adoption of cloud-based technologies and virtual communication, client expectations have shifted. Legal practitioners who have embraced these solutions not only weathered 2020, but are better positioned to grow in years to come.
How can law practices set themselves up for success through a client experience focused mindset? Ruby answers these questions by looking at:
Speaker & Moderator: Timothy Bedford, Ruby
Management Matters Series
The Management Matters Series, presented by The Bar Plan, focuses on law practice-related topics including legal technology tools, document drafting, data security, law office management, and more. The pricing for this series is variable, and will automatically adjust when you purchase programs here. All programs are available in a webinar and self-study format.
8+ courses: $20 per course (60% discount)
4-7 courses: $25 per course (50% discount)
2-3 courses: $30 per course (40% discount)
1 course: $50 per course
Presenting Sponsor: To learn more about the The Bar Plan, visit the About Presenting Sponsor tab.
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Tim Bedford is the Partner Development Manager at Ruby and is dedicated to the legal vertical. He works closely with 40+ Bar Associations, as well as other legal organizations & thought leaders, while also making sure Ruby’s offering closely aligns with the needs of attorneys across the country.
Presenting Sponsor – The Bar Plan
Missouri Bar Member Benefit Provider
The Bar Plan has protected Missouri lawyers with malpractice insurance longer than any competing carrier. They also offer court bonds, life insurance, workers’ comp and a business office package. The Bar Plan Foundation provides Risk Management CLE options. To find out how they help lawyers build better practices, visit www.thebarplan.com.
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