Nowhere is the saying “time is money” truer than in the legal profession. The problem is, there never seems to be enough of it. Time, that is.
Good time management is an essential skill for the successful lawyer. Lawyers who are organised and manage their time well are likely to work more productively, think more clearly and make a better impression on clients and colleagues than lawyers who are disorganised or have poor time management habits.
The challenge, of course, is that there are so many competing priorities – client demands, business development, billable hours, staff meetings, phone calls and emails – it can be hard to fit them all in.
In this session, you’ll learn:
Senior Associate and Business Coach
Lucy Dickens is a lawyer and business coach with over a decade of experience in law firm transformation. She helps sole practitioners and leaders of boutique law firms to design, package and systemise the delivery of their services so they can eliminate the grunt work and spend more time on the things they love. Her practical experience extends across all areas of legal practice management, but she has a particular knack for leading teams and designing streamlined processes that drive efficiencies and deliver value. Lucy hosts the Doing Law Differently podcast, where she interviews leaders in law who are reinventing legal practice. Lucy is also a Senior Associate at Birman & Ride, a leading NewLaw firm in Perth, Western Australia, where she leads the development of the firm’s consumer legal services, bringing together people, technology and processes to design and deliver innovative legal services.
Date & Time:
Monday, 12 October 2020 1:00pm – 2:00pm
At your desk
Delivered live online
1.0 Point Competency 1: Practice Management
CPD Freedom: $0*
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Date & Time:
Mon, 12 October 2020 1.00pm - 2.00pm
At your desk, Delivered Live Online waGet Directions on Map
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