Remote Control: Zooming in on Video Discoveries and Other Tools for Law Firm Survival in a Pandemic
Online via Video Conference
Date: Tuesday, May 12th @ Noon
**This program has been submitted to the Law Society of New Brunswick for MCPD accreditation. The accreditation decision may not be made in advance of the presentation, but will still apply after the fact. It represents up to 2 Hours of MCPD credits for NS, PEI and NL.**
While the courthouse doors are closed and lawyers are generally unable to be in the same room with their clients, their colleagues, and opposing counsel and their clients - we cannot allow the administration of justice or the progress of our cases to stall. Tech-savvy practitioners are moving to online solutions to keep their cases moving toward resolution. You can and should too!
Join APTLA's Mathieu Picard and Chris Correia, Q.C. for a practical guide to best practices for online legal representation of your clients. See for yourself what you need to make this work. Learn how to do a discovery, mediation, or settlement conference remotely. Get the tips and traps of the technology needed to interact seamlessly with your client and opposing counsel. Find what you need to enter this new playing field and feel comfortable there.
The program is being presented live and will include a Q&A component with participants. After the program, registrants will be able to schedule short sessions for live, real-time practice sessions - if desired.
This session is free to APTLA Members as a service during the pandemic and the various states of emergency in our provinces. There is a fee for Non-Members.
THIS CONFERENCE WAS RECORDED. If you would like to view the recorded webinar, please contact the office.