Are you looking for e-discovery project management training? Kick start your education this spring by attending PRM’s paralegal conference this month in Atlanta. I’ll be one of the speakers.Electronic Discovery (ESI) Project Management Not Crisis Management Litigation I: March 30 10:45 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Electronic Discovery Project Management in More of a Lit Support Role Litigation II: March 31 3:15 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Don’t miss the only 2-day paralegal education event in Atlanta! It is more important than ever to make sure your skills are current, versatile and relevant. PRM’s paralegal conference is an education event specifically designed to provide paralegals with real tools, resources and education specifically designed for the paralegal profession.
Join us as nationally recognized speaker, Martha Lanier, opens our event with an entertaining and energizing keynote address The Power of Choice: Turning Change into Opportunity. Martha Lanier is a recognized speaker known for her distinctive presentation style that is both entertaining and informative.
For the advanced level litigation paralegals, Erika Santiago, recognized litigation technology educator and e-discovery consultant, will present a class to litigation paralegals designed to help them develop industry recognized project management methodologies for best practices of documenting e-discovery processes. This session will provide tools and skills to even the most experienced litigation paralegals and a rare opportunity to learn e-discovery project management skills from an expert in the field of litigation support.
One of the break out sessions for transaction and finance paralegals will be presented by Bill Carberry, certified Adobe trainer, providing paralegals with Adobe tools to create Closing Binder PDF Portfolios, collaboration features of Acrobat.com, improved export from PDF to Microsoft Office files and what you need to know about compliance with emerging PDF/A standards.
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If you’re looking for individual or group e-discovery project management training, let’s discuss your learning objectives. Send me an email: firstname.lastname@example.org