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April 22, 2014

Announcing a new workshop on how to define scope

Today, we are announcing a new half-day legal project management workshop entitled “How to Define Scope and Negotiate Changes.”

This workshop will substantially expand on a key portion of the content covered in our more basic course “How to increase client satisfaction and profitability with Legal Project Management,” which LegalBizDev has successfully offered since 2010.    It has been added to our curriculum in response to client needs highlighted in our research for the book Client Value and Law Firm Profitability, as explained in the post above.

The skills taught in this workshop are especially critical for fixed fee work. They also apply to any hourly arrangement that has a capped fee or a well-defined budget. 

For more information, including a two page summary of proprietary details of how the course is structured, email us at info@legalbizdev.com or call 617-217-2578.


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