CLE Event Encourages Attorneys to Become Tech Savvy
The Wyoming Bar and the Defense Lawyers Association of Wyoming are hosting a CLE titled “Uphold Your Firm’s Professional Duty to be Tech Savvy” on March 26 from 12:00-1:00 p.m. presented by Jay Stromberg of Savvy Training & Consulting. Attorneys are encouraged to register for the event, as well as law firm technology professionals. Attorney participants will receive 1 ethics credit.
The American Bar Association (ABA) recently adopted a change to the Model Rules of Professional Conduct to clarify that lawyers have a duty to be competent not only in the law and its practice but also in technology. The program on March 26 will be held live in Cheyenne at Hirst Applegate, as well as a webcast, and will outline a process for creating a learning culture in law firms.
The event will cover topics on how to integrate a culture of technology in law firms, including ways to:
Get buy-in from management
Form a technology committee
Administer individualized assessments
Increase attorney participation
Create customized training, and
Offer certifications or other competitive incentives.
“An investment in ongoing education to keep users up to date, and engaged through using best practices, will help position attorneys and staff to provide the best client experience possible and support continued success for your firm,” said Savvy Training's Jay Stromberg. “Our ongoing goal, and the information shared through this program, will help support those efforts and increase preparedness and effective use of technology.”
Can’t make this event? Savvy will be happy to meet and discuss your technology training program. Contact Jay today to book a quick, results-oriented meeting.
ABOUT SAVVY TRAINING & CONSULTING
Jay Stromberg is the Chief of Business Development at Savvy Training & Consulting, where experts help law firms acquire the software platforms they need, train their entire staff for maximum efficiency, and assure ongoing continuity and efficiency of workflow. From weekly opt-in webinars and on-site trainings to a robust, subscriber-based learning management system, the company's work translates directly into higher earning power for law firms and corporate legal departments throughout the U.S. and Canada. An experienced and versatile client-focused professional, Jay is a veteran of more than two and a half decades in the legal industry as a vendor and law firm employee, and has been involved with various industry planning groups and advisory boards. Jay has worked with technology, training, support, marketing, billing and accounting, practice management, and eDiscovery developing a background to understand complexities that impact firms and diverse components that can help impact success.