We will not be accepting requests or offering credit in additional jurisdictions for this program. If your state permits lawyer-reported self-study credits, you may choose to submit your own application.
Each user must register individually as they will need their own login to access the program.
Many law firms are facing uncertainty right now. To help you and your firm adapt to the new realities we all face, Chip LaFleur, president of LaFleur Marketing, Dirk Arends, president of Virtual Systems, and Tom Crosley, president of Crosley Law and the San Antonio Bar Association present strategies and systems to help you prepare your law firm for remote work. Throughout the program, they address:
- Setting up secure, remote work environments for you and your staff
- Ensuring continuity in client communication
- Servicing new clients without a face-to-face meeting
- A checklist of things to deal with—physical mail, phone forwarding, processing payments & invoices, banking, payroll, and IT
- How to keep your business phone number and best options for transferring to the attorney or paralegal’s cell, etc
- If you operate with a lot of paper, best practices to access and keep files secure
- Platform options for virtual meetings
- How to track and support virtual staff
- How to motivate yourself and your team in this environment