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Legal Project Management: A Better Way for Lawyers and Clients to Work Together

Production Date: December 10, 2013 Practice Areas: Law Practice Management Estimated Length: 2999 minutes

When project management principles are imposed upon the practice of law, you get Legal Project Management.  Legal Project Management is the discipline of managing resources to bring about the successful completion of the specific goals of a legal case, while honoring the constraints of the matter.  Legal Project Management (“LPM”) is a better way for lawyers and clients to work together, as compared with the vast dynamic that exists between attorneys and their clients today. In this course, Michelle Maratto and Meredith Grasso will explain how to incorporate LPM into your practice, why it's beneficial, and what you can expect to see with client communications.


Learning Objectives

I.   Define Legal Project Management

II.  Develop better methods of communicating with clients to manage expectations

III. Draft Legal Project Management Letters

IV. Understand what risk management actually is


Program Director: Sigalle Barness


Andrew T.
New York, NY

Very thorough.

Bridget H.
New York, NY

Very good, very engaging, very informative

Linda R.
Roslyn Heights, NY

Don't miss this course. It's worth every second of your time.

James T.
Pittsford, NY

Excellent seminar.

Karl O.
Sodus, NY

this seminar stresses the importance of communication in attorney/client relationship

Mark C.
Forest Hills, NY


Aviva H.
New York, NY

Great lecture and easy to follow.

Alisa Y.
New York, NY

Good, practical advice. Speaker was very engaging.

robyn f.
Upper Saddle River, NJ

Great speaker!