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CALL/ACBD Webinar - Legal Project Management

  • 24 Oct 2018
  • 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM


  • $40 + HST = $45.20
  • $25 + HST = $28.25
  • $60 + HST = $67.80

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Legal Project Management

Wednesday, October 24
1:00 - 2:30 PM ET

A seasoned professional in the area of legal project management, Steven B. Levy will be discussing various aspects of how to successfully manage projects as a legal information professional. He has experience on a broad range of projects that vary in scope, timelines, team size, geographic reach, etc. and will discuss how to manage tasks, costs, deliverables, deadlines, and more. Whether you have recently started your career, a new project, or are looking to gain some fresh insight into various approaches to project management, this webinar will have something for you. 

Steven B. Levy, the author of Legal Project Management and The Off Switch, is a business leader, project manager, and author who has spent many years helping the legal world deliver increased client value. He is the CEO of Lexician, which provides training, coaching, and consulting to law firms and departments on Legal Project Management, leadership, and management. Previously, he headed Microsoft’s legal technology/operations department, driving innovation and efficiency into one of the world’s largest law departments. While at Microsoft, he led two industry task forces, worked on LEDES e-billing and UTBMS standards, and founded a corporate-law roundtable. His unique and practical approach to teaching Legal Project Management, based on 35+ years managing projects and leading businesses on three continents, has made him a highly requested speaker, trainer, and seminar leader.

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