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Tuesday, 10 March 2020 at 10:00 AM BST
-to-
Wednesday, 11 March 2020 at 4:30 PM BST

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Hosted with Clifford Chance LLP 
10 Upper Bank Street
London E14 5JJ
United Kingdom
 

 
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Eva Booth 
LawVision 
+1 610.721.2856 
eva.booth@lawvision.com 
 

Legal Project Management London Training Certification Workshop

10 - 11 March 2020 

The LPM Institute and LawVision are pleased to offer a comprehensive two-day workshop: LPM LaunchPad™ Certificate in Fundamentals of Legal Project Management. Please click here to view the full program brochure. 

Register today for this workshop and learn the fundamentals to efficiently and effectively manage your matters or engagements. This hands-on program will demonstrate how proven project management principles can be successfully applied to legal work and teach you how to implement project management in your firm. Our deep experience in the legal market makes this program uniquely useful to those who are seeking to gain and apply effective project management skills in the legal arena. In this program you will.

  • Learn how to adapt proven project management best practices to the legal industry
  • Understand the four phases of legal project management
  • Experiment with tools and processes to successfully manage client demands
  • Work through case studies based on actual legal matters
  • Immediately apply principles and processes to a case study so you can learn how LPM can work on your matters

The goal of the two-day training program is to teach the fundamentals of project management to law firm professionals by providing:

  •  A workshop-style approach where participants can learn specific skills and approaches they can begin to apply immediately to manage projects more efficiently and effectively.
  • The opportunity to earn LPM LaunchPad™ Certificate in Fundamentals of Legal Project Management from the LPM Institute.
  • Valuable material to take home including a course book with templates, guides and other instructional materials, as well as a Quick Reference Guide—a handy tool for applying key elements of legal project management when back at the office. 

Who Should Attend...

  • Practicing lawyers at all levels – partners, associates, counsel and career trac
  • Legal project managers
  • Directors of LPM and/or pricing
  • Finance professionals
  • Practice management professionals – practice group business managers and others helping practice group leaders run their groups
  • Professional development directors interested in expanding their firm’s offerings in project management training

All attendees will receive a copy of Susan Lambreth's new book: Implementing Legal Project Management - The Legal Professional's Guide to Success.