Law Practice Efficiency Update: Take Advantage of Cost-Effective Research Options to Manage Costs
Live Webinar: Wednesday, March 28, 2018
10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Central / 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Eastern
WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Legal research services can be prohibitively expensive for small firms and solo practitioners. Learning how to find and use cost-effective sources can save money and ensure a successful legal practice.
Is your LexisNexis bill becoming an issue? Are you paying too much for legal research services when you don’t need to be? Could you be getting the same information you need to serve client interests – for a lot less than what you’re paying now?
Regardless of your practice area, researching primary sources of the law is critical for successfully managing cases and client issues. Yet for solo practitioners and small law firms, access to many research services can be prohibitively expensive. Understanding how to effectively perform legal research using cost-effective resources can help build an efficient and successful legal practice.
Join us on March 28, 2018, when attorney John M. Cannon will explain how to find and use relevant case law and legal research without breaking the bank. You’ll learn:
- How to maximize Google’s capabilities
- How to find shortcuts to legal research
- How to find and use free, full-text case law sites
- How to access sample briefs, motions, complaints, and settlements
About Your Presenter:
John M. Cannon
John M. Cannon’s practice areas include mediation, personal injury and contract law. Mr. Cannon earned his B.A. degree from Belmont University, his J.D. from the Nashville School of Law, and his M.A. degree from Middle Tennessee State University.