WEBINAR: Remote Participation
frequently-used legal documents can reduce drafting time up to 95%. Document
assembly can also significantly reduce the likelihood of errors associated with
recycling copies of your work product (i.e, 'sins of commission and omission').
In short, document assembly can mean your work is both more efficient and more
accurate.If it's such a great solution, why
don't more attorneys adopt this technology? Two reasons: First, document
automation often requires someone with some coding experience. Few of us have
that person at our disposal. Second, most attorneys want a more intimate
relationship with their documents than they might get with the traditional
Q&A 'interview' common to document assembly products. In this
session we'll review strategies for overcoming these roadblocks by exploring
document assembly tools in Word, community.lawyer, mndocs, and in practice
management platforms like Practice Panther. We’ll take a step-by-step approach
so you can make an informed decision about a) which applications might serve
your immediate needs and b) how you might measure your return on investment in
any given doc assembly application.
Mike served 10 years at Thomson Reuters
as a Reference Staff Attorney where he performed legal research, analyzed
feedback, and provided trainings. Mike now serves the online services team at
the Minnesota State Bar Association.
1 Standard Credit will be Applied
For | Event Code: TK
Bar Association Members: FREENon-Members: $25.00