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American Bar Association

The Paperless Office and Digital Workflows

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Overview / Abstract:

We have all heard of the promises of the "paperless office," but since longstanding habits can be hard to break, many lawyers are unsure of how to make the paperless leap. As more courts and agencies move toward electronic-only document submission, lawyers must find ways to adapt to new paperless ways or be left behind. This program will answer those concerns by building a case for the efficiencies that can be gained by moving toward a paperless practice. You will learn the basics of creating a paperless legal office and the tools required. Beyond that, you will also discover how gains in effectiveness and efficiencies inherent in a paperless practice will save you time and resources and ensure that you are fully prepared as the legal practice moves further away from paper. Click here to view the system requirements for this online course. Sponsors: The American Bar Association Standing Committee on Lawyer Referral and Information Service, Standing Committee on Group and Prepaid Legal Services, Standing Committee on Delivery of Legal Services, Solo, Small Firm and General Practice Division, Young Lawyers Division, Law Student Division, Law Practice Management Section, Section of Family Law, Section of Dispute Resolution, Commission on Disability Rights and Center for Professional Development This series is made possible through the generous financial sponsorship of: The Bar Plan Mutual Insurance Company Lawyers Mutual Liability Insurance Company of North Carolina Minnesota Lawyers Mutual Oklahoma Attorneys Mutual Insurance Company Wisconsin Lawyers Mutual Insurance Company

Expiration

Sep 11, 2020

Discipline(s)

Attorney , Paralegal

Format

Online

Cost

50.00

Credits / Hours

1.50 General CLE Credit Hours

Presenters / Authors / Faculty

Bryan Sims
Catherine Sanders Reach
Daniel E Pinnington

Sponsors / Supporters / Grant Providers

Center for Professional Development
Law Practice Division
Law Student Division
Section of Dispute Resolution
Section of Family Law
Solo, Small Firm and General Practice Division
Young Lawyers Division

Keywords / Search Terms

American Bar Association

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