Sponsored by the Client Value SIG
Domain: Business of Law
Everyone wants the efficiency that comes along with a project management program, but implementation in a law firm can be challenging.
Panelists from law firms and corporate counsel will debate hot questions like:
-What does success in legal project management look like from both the firm's and in-house counsel's perspective?
-Do project managers bill their time, and do clients pay for it?
-Do you train your lawyers, paralegals and/or administrative assistants in PMP and Lean techniques, or do you leave it to the PMPs to handle?
-What is required to be effective? A PMP? A JD?
-What is the most effective way to use a legal project manager on a legal matter, and how do you determine the ROI compared to not having that resource?
Bree Johnson, Legal Project Manager, Stinson Leonard Street
Joe Limone, General Counsel, Noble Americas
Denise Skingle, VP and Associate General Counsel, Nationwide
Megan McGrew, LPM Project Manager, BakerDonelson
Price: Complimentary for Members