June 29, 2017 11:30 am - 12:30 pm
Using Microsoft Word isn’t always as straightforward as it should be. In our next edition of Webinars for Busy Lawyers, Chelsey Lambert will give you the tools to save time in your law practice – in 30 minutes or less.
On July 18th at 1pm (eastern)
Chelsey Lambert will present
Microsoft Word Power Tools for Lawyers
How much of your time do you spend using Microsoft Word in your law practice? How many times have you been derailed by a formatting issue when you wanted to focus producing substance?
Are you spending minutes… or even hours, trying to fix paragraph alignment, spacing, or line numbers?
Microsoft Word can be one of the most frustrating or POWERFUL tools in your office. It’s all in how you use it. In this session, you’ll find out how to take your documents from dreadful to delightful with a handful of key features.
About the Expert
Chelsey Lambert has over a decade of experience in law practice management space. She is passionate about her mission to help attorneys, and legal professionals understand the technology that is available to them, how to use it, and the positive impacts it can have on their business, client relationships and their quality of life.
Her career includes building law firm technology products such as case management software, lead generation tools and an IOLTA compliant payment processing system. She then transitioned into consulting, operating her own practice, then serving as a Practice Management Advisor, in house technology trainer, and speaker for the Chicago Bar Association serving its 22,000+ members.
As an author, and CLE accredited speaker, Chelsey is driven to help attorneys understand the components of their practice and how the right processes, skills training and marketing can impact their business, client relationships and quality of life.
She delivers tailored programs for Bar Associations, Law Schools and Law Firms across the country as both CLE and non-CLE educational courses for legal professionals in any stage of their career, with varying skill levels.
She believes consumers are driving change for solo and small law firms. Those who are equipped to be entrepreneurs that view their law firm as a business will have a competitive edge in the marketplace. No matter where they are located, or the practice area they focus on.