Is your law firm technologically competent?
As the practice of law evolves—and as modern technology becomes ever more prevalent in society—legal professionals have an ever-increasing responsibility to be technologically competent.
It’s vital—and, in the majority of U.S. states, it is now an ethical duty—for lawyers to understand the benefits and risks that technology poses for themselves, their law firms, and their clients.
Join Bob Ambrogi, lawyer and founder of the LawSites blog, and Joshua Lenon, Clio’s Lawyer in Residence, to hear their expert perspective on this deeply important topic.
In this CLE-eligible webinar, you’ll learn:
- What it means to be tech competent, and why it’s so important
- Strategies for developing technological competence in your practice
- How legal tech software and resources make it easier than ever for lawyers to keep up with the times
Duration: 60 minutes
Can’t make the date? Register anyway, and we’ll send you a recording after the webinar!
This presentation is CLE-eligible. Earn 1 hour of CLE credit when attending the live broadcast of this presentation.*
* California: Clio is a State Bar of California–approved MCLE provider, and will be supplying the appropriate materials for continuing legal education credits in California and any state that recognizes MCLE accreditation. Many states allow attorneys to apply for credit on their own and may require nominal accreditation fees when filing for CLE credit. CLE credit rules vary for online CLE. Please check your state bar association’s requirements for online CLE to ensure that the program meets the requirements of your jurisdiction.
*Arizona: The State Bar of Arizona does not approve or accredit CLE activities for the Mandatory Continuing Legal Education requirement. This activity may qualify for up to 1.0 hours toward your annual CLE requirement for the State Bar of Arizona, including 1.0 hour(s) of professional responsibility
*Florida: This webinar is approved for 1.0 hours of General CLE credit including 1 hour of Technology and 1 hour of Ethics credit for Florida Bar Association members.