Creating a Community of Experts in the Law Firm

Date: April 14-16, 2016
Speaker: Justin Hectus

Tracks: Teaching

Clients expect outside counsel to not only invest in the best technology, but also to ensure that all timekeepers know how to use it. Expectations which were once only outlined in RFP’s and Outside Counsel Manuals are now moving into the format of “Trust but Verify” in the form of hands-on audits. Join Legal Technology Core Competency Certification Coalition (LTC4) board member Justin Hectus while he outlines a path to broad based technological competence in the law firm through the use of standards and a focus on leveraging allied professionals.

This recording was provided by the Southeastern Chapter of the American Association of Law Libraries (SEAALL), Southwestern Association of Law Libraries (SWALL), and the Dallas Association of Law Librarians (DALL) and presented at the SEAALL/SWAALL/DALL Joint Conference.

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