Keesal, Young & Logan’s Director of Information, Justin Hectus, will be one of four panelists presenting at the International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) 2014 Conference in Nashville, Tennessee on the topic of Legal Technology Core Competencies.

Thursday, August 21, 2014 (8:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.)

Session description:

Is your firm technologically competitive? Clients are increasingly asking about the technological competence of their prospective outside counsel; they are looking for differentiating points in their selection process and want to know their work will be done efficiently by attorneys. Recent amendments to ABA Model Rule 1.1, the Suffolk/Flaherty Tech Audit and the increasing trend toward alternative fee arrangements mean that it is in a firm’s own interest to have efficient and competent users of the firm’s technology and to be able to prove it. The LTC4 (Legal Technology Core Competency Certification Coalition) came together to establish core competency standards for attorneys and staff and to create industry standards applicable to all firms. Come learn about the LTC4 and these identified core competencies as leaders from the LTC4 explain how to establish a foundation for up-skilling programs that lead to industry-recognized certification, which can differentiate your firm and show commitment to client service.

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