This program will cover the following:
Legal services are moving into the digital space (similar to tele-medicine); the attorneys' dilemma as they pivot to working virtually and remotely full-time
The rates at which everyday people “go it alone” when they have a legal issue; and, for those individuals, families, small business owners & entrepreneurs who actively seek out new attorneys, what spaces do they occupy and how do they find attorneys
Pandemic survey results from thought leaders regarding how they are practicing now & see themselves practicing in the future (Currently, 66% of white-collar workers are working virtually and remotely; 88% are conducting key client meetings virtually and remotely; 65% of attorneys have given up office space; 65% expect these changes to be permanent or semi-permanent)
Tips for virtual and remote work, including steps attorneys need to take to keep their client information secure when working from home, and how they should best market and advertise their services.
Tips for marketing and business development in the virtual and remote age; for example, the ABA reports that only 55-59% of solo attorneys even have law firm websites, let alone work to increase traffic to their online profiles or websites, but online brand building and marketing is critical to attorney success (We will cover the findings of the ABA 2020 TechReport).
Speaker: Jennifer McGlone, LawChamps, San Francisco, California
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
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Note: This material qualifies for self-study credit only. Pursuant to Regulation 15.04.5, a lawyer may receive up to six hours of self-study credit in a reporting year. Self-study programs do not qualify for GAL Certification, ethics, elimination of bias or Kansas credit.
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Jennifer McGlone, Esq. is President & CLO of LawChamps, a legal technology company that helps lawyers grow their practices. Before LawChamps, Ms. McGlone was a practicing IP and Business attorney in Silicon Valley, California for 20 years. She attended Stanford Law School and completed her undergraduate studies at U.C. Berkeley.
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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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