Increase Legal Team Productivity

Increase Legal Team Productivity with These 5 Easy Ways: Legal Tech Webinars

How’s that for an attention getter? This webinar tomorrow hosted by ACEDS and conducted by IPRO will show you 5 easy ways to increase your legal team productivity (duh!).

Tomorrow, January 10th at 1pm ET (noon CT, 10am PT), ACEDS will host the webinar 5 Easy Ways to Increase Legal Team Productivity! Presenting will be Jeffrey Wolff, CEDS, who serves as Director of Corporate Solutions at IPRO.

Working with legal teams around the globe for the last 30 years has taught Jeffrey and IPRO a lot about how they get work done. Most notably, the repeatable distinctions that divide the successful, productive legal teams from the rest. Having co-presented with Jeffrey in a recent webinar about Early Data Assessment (EDA), I expect him to have great advice for legal teams out there.

So, join ACEDS and IPRO as they unveil the five must-have traits of top-performing legal teams. They’ll discuss what we’ve found to be key differences between the teams who are able to maximize productivity and those who aren’t. Register here to learn 5 easy ways to increase your legal team productivity live tomorrow, or on-demand afterward.

So, what do you think? Are you looking for ways to make your legal team more productive? If so, attend the webinar! And please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.

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