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Attorneys working in-house face unique issues, and as such their management training and CLE courses should reflect that. Since CLE requirements are mandatory, why not take classes that will actually help you deal with the particular issues that are relevant to your practice?
There are some great events coming up in May, and we have a roundup of some of the ones that may relate best to in-house counsel. Mark your calendars, and start tallying up your CLE credits, and add management training to your belts.
On May 6 to 7, 2014, the ACC is hosting a two-day workshop in St. Louis. The course will focus on "value-based fee structures and the management skills and tools to support them." In addition, you'll be given some valuable resources to take home with you. And, as any legal workshop goes, this will be an excellent opportunity for building your professional network. If you want to register to attend, click here.
Maybe you don't want to leave town for training -- totally understandable. The ABA has some great teleconference/webinar classes scheduled for May, and some may be particularly helpful to in-house counsel:
This is just a sampling of the CLE courses provided by the ABA; there are many more that may be more relevant to your practice area. To see what other classes the ABA is offering, visit the ABA Calendar.
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