Practice Management

Practice Management
Illumination of Bias: Practical Strategies for Recognizing and Reducing Implicit Bias in the Practice of Law
Webinar | September 26, 2023
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Legal Research Skills for Internationally Trained Lawyers
Webinar | October 11, 2023
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Dealing with High Conflict Personalities
Livestream | November 2, 2023
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Dealing with High Conflict Personalities
Edmonton | November 2, 2023
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Legal Research Skills for Internationally Trained Lawyers

If you, or someone you know, is an internationally trained lawyer check out our newest addition to our fall programs lineup. Legal research is an integral part of a lawyer’s practice. This webinar will provide strategies and best practices when conducting legal research in Alberta.  Presented by Joan Bilsland (corporate …

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Illumination of Bias: Practical Strategies for Recognizing and Reducing Implicit Bias in the Practice of Law

One of the challenges in the practice of law is interaction between people who are different from each other in various ways. Even the simplest of encounters can leave people feeling confused, frustrated, offended, or (worst of all) seriously hurt—even when everyone involved began with the best of intentions. It …

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Dealing with High Conflict Personalities

Understanding how to connect with, manage, and respond to high conflict personalities is critical for today’s lawyers. Behaviours that increase conflict can occur it many different settings, including legal disputes, divorce, in the workplace, or in personal relationships. This full-day program is designed to help you gain insight and confidence …

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Learn to Effectively Leverage the Power of Media at LESA’s Upcoming Webinar

Ever wonder why some lawyers always seem to be in the news? Does the thought of a scrum with reporters on the courthouse steps give you nightmares? Is it even ethical to speak with the media about a case before the court? How can you help a client with a public …

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Stop Chasing Squirrels: Top Tips for Managing Time & Distractions

Guest Author: Paul Unger, Affinity Consulting Group 150 emails, … 50 instant messages, … 20 telephone calls, … 15 walk-in interruptions, … 25 social media notifications, … 50 internet curiosity breaks, … that totals over 300 digital interruptions.  Most lawyers are interrupted every 2-3 minutes! In a 2007 Microsoft Corp. …

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Navigating Media Relations for Lawyers

Does the thought of a scrum with reporters on the courthouse steps give you nightmares? Ever wonder why some lawyers always seem to be in the news? Is it even ethical to speak with the media about a case before the court? How can you help a client with a …

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Is technology serving you, or are you a servant to technology? 

  Today, lawyers are constantly distracted by legal technology, connectivity, electronic case information and discovery, and information overload… email, instant messaging, social media, phone calls, interruptions, etc. Lawyers switch tasks on the computer nearly 600 times a day. We are drowning in technology-based interruptions. These methods of communication are essential and, in fact, …

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