How To…Improve Document Creation Workflows—And Why It Matters (6/10/2021)
Today 39 states require that all lawyers maintain an awareness of the benefits and risks of technology in their law practices. One area where lawyers use technology the most—but rarely consider the risks or opportunities—is document creation.
In this program, we’ll discuss the duty of technology competence and bring it into the real world with a focus on MS Word in legal practice. We’ll take a deep dive into document-creation work and explore options for working more effectively and efficiently. To guide our discussion, we’ll draw from the ongoing work of a collaboration of legal professionals called the “Effectiveness Project,” which seeks to provide lawyers a clear framework for document creation.
Join Ivy B. Grey and Colin S. Levy from WordRake as they explain the “Effectiveness Project” and the importance of technology competence.
Ivy B. Grey is the Vice President of Strategy & Business Development for WordRake. Prior to joining the team, she practiced bankruptcy law for ten years. Ivy was recognized as an Influential Woman in Legal Tech by ILTA; a Woman of Legal Tech list by the ABA Legal Technology Resource Center; and a Fastcase 50 Honoree. Follow Ivy on Twitter @IvyBGrey or connect with her on LinkedIn.
Colin S. Levy is the Director of Marketing and Business Development for WordRake. Before joining the team, Colin practiced corporate law for ten years. Colin is active in legal tech and a frequent writer and speaker on the topic. Follow Colin on Twitter @CLevyLaw or connect with him on LinkedIn.
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