Keno Kozie Associates, Ltd., a leading provider of information technology design, service and support to law firms and legal departments, today announces a continued partnership with Nextpoint bringing a CLE presentation to lawyers. The event is titled “Lawyers and Modern Technology: How Fulfilling Your Ethical Duty of Technology Competence Can Enhance Your Practice” and will be presented on September 27, 11:45-1:00 p.m. CDT, both in person and via webcast.
The event will take an in-depth look at the technology expectations of modern-day lawyers and will review important technology concepts all lawyers should know about. The event will offer CLE credits and will feature an expert panel of thought leaders, including:
● Stanleigh Rabin, partner at Keno Kozie, on preservation
● Chad Gough, partner at 4Discovery, on collection
● Jacqueline Brettner, managing partner at Brettner Cvitanovic, on data analysis/review
● Rakesh Madhava, CEO of Nextpoint, on trial prep and presentation
● Annie Johnson, community engagement manager at Nextpoint, as moderator
“We are thrilled to be partnering with Nextpoint and other thought leaders in the industry as we take a look at the technology needed in today’s legal landscape,” states Rabin. “An attorney’s ethical duty of technology competence is challenging to maintain in a world that’s rapidly evolving. Knowing what is needed for your practice is important for staying competitive in a changing environment. We look forward to being able to share valuable insights and tips on technology concepts needed today.”
The one-hour CLE is available as a live event in Chicago or as a webcast. Registration is available at http://bit.ly/2ZSkBy7 if attending in person or at http://bit.ly/2ZSZj3i if attending via webcast.
For more information visit www.kenokozie.com.