Top Tips for Maximizing Productivity When Nothing is Normal
As the coronavirus pandemic shuts down activity across the country, law firms and courts have had to adapt fast. This new environment poses additional challenges for paralegals who must ensure deadline changes, remote working problems and other issues don't derail overall case success. This FREE program will reveal practical tips for working remotely and maximizing attorney and client satisfaction. Stay effective, stay productive and help your law firm weather the coronavirus crisis - register today!
Get creative solutions for tasks that traditionally need to be done in person.
Discover how to stay effective, even without access to some of your usual resources.
Learn how to better coordinate work with attorneys remotely.
Keep up with changing court deadlines and procedures.
Please note: No reference materials or credit will be available for this program.
Remote Case Management and Document Access: Preserving/Restoring Functionality
Document Signing and Notarization in Light of Shelter-in-Place Orders (Including Witness Requirements)
Coordinating Work with Attorneys Remotely
Managing Essential Communications
Obtaining Reliable Updates on Changes in Deadlines and Procedures
Scheduling, Task Prioritization and Calendar Management
Organizing and Coordinating Remote and Safe In-Person Client Meetings
HEATHER L. CRAWFORD is a litigation paralegal with O'Toole Atwell, PC. Ms. Crawford is board certified in civil trial law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. She is a member of the Paralegal Division and the Poverty Law, Litigation, Family Law, LGBT, and Child Protection sections of the State Bar of Texas.
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