Practice Management for Litigators
Tuesday, April 2, 2019 (9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.)
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You may count recorded programs that you watch without a colleague towards your annual CPD Requirement—up to a maximum 6 hours. Recorded programs include archived webcasts, video replays, or any other on-demand program.
Lai-King Hum,Hum Law Firm
A robust practice management plan is key to your practice's smooth operation. Have you met all of the obligatory bookkeeping requirements? Have you considered measures to deal with workplace harassment issues, or given thought to whether you're addressing equality and diversity concerns in your firm? Are you familiar with unbundling of services and what that entails? Our presenters can help with the answers. Whether you work in a big or small firm, they give you the necessary tools to review and refine your practice protocol to keep your confidence high.
- Organize your files to avoid missing deadlines or limitation periods
- Learn best practices for modelling, teaching, training, and delegating to staff
- Determine expectations for conflict-checking systems, hiring practices, and client service and communication
- Consider the pros and cons of different service models for clients in limited retainers
- Raj Anand, LSM, WeirFoulds LLP
- Fay Faraday, Faraday Law
- Jon-David Giacomelli, Cambridge LLP
- Neena Gupta, Gowling WLG (Canada) LLP
- Ian Hu, Counsel, Claims Prevention & practicePRO, Lawyers' Professional Indemnity Company (LawPRO®)
- Lai-King Hum, Hum Law Firm
- Colin Stevenson, C.S., Stevenson Whelton LLP
- Christine Thomlinson, Rubin Thomlinson LLP
- Tanya Walker, C.S., Walker Law Professional Corporation