February 21, 2018 | 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Margaret Spencer Dixon
Of all the elements everyone has to work with, none is more precious than time. Presented by lawyer/consultant Meg Spencer Dixon, this fast-paced program covers strategies to help you refine your time management skills. Meg’s solution-oriented presentation will cover practical, specific techniques you can put to use immediately to become more productive and less stressed. Topics include best practices for keeping up with email, techniques for tracking projects and tasks so you can help your lawyers stay on task as well, dealing effectively yet diplomatically with interruptions, and minimizing procrastination.
Crowell & Moring
1001 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20004
LMA Members Early Bird (through February 16th) $35.00
LMA Members Late Registration (beginning February 17th) $60.00
Prospective Members Early Bird (through February 16th) $70.00
Prospective Members Late Registration (beginning February 17th) $95.00
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About Our Presenter
Margaret Spencer Dixon, Time Management Trainer/Consultant, Spencer Consulting
Meg is a lawyer/consultant specializing in time management training for lawyers and legal professionals. Meg received her A.B. with honors from Princeton, and her J.D. from Stanford Law School, then clerked for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit and practiced in the litigation and energy groups of Shaw Pittman (now Pillsbury Winthrop) in Washington, D.C. In 1992, she founded Spencer Consulting, and since then has been giving speeches, writing articles, providing customized workshops, and providing one-on-one training on time management, project management, stress management, and how to run effective meetings. She has presented programs for numerous law firms, CLE providers, government agencies, and law schools (including Harvard Law School) throughout the United States and Canada.
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