AltaClaro Legal Skills Training Resources
The Ultimate Guide to Training Your Transactional Lawyers
In the last few years experiential learning has generated buzz among the legal community when it comes to training new associates. Just as a new surgeon would never enter the operating room without practice, a new lawyer cannot be expected to draft and negotiate a contract solely based on the knowledge gained in law school. We've broken it down into the 3 key elements of experiential learning that have the greatest impact on associates.
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Download 'The Ultimate Guide to Training Your Transactional Lawyers' and learn how associates can effectively gain the confidence they need to start billing, while saving firms time and money.
3 Tips to Get Your Associates Billing Sooner
With associates often receiving bonuses based on hitting their billable hours, new trainees come in eager and ready to learn in order to hit the ground running. Firms that are able to leverage these associates sooner not only have a leg up on their competition due to potential bonuses, but it also keeps mid-level associates away from first year work. Download the guide and learn 3 tips to get your associates billing sooner.
5 Ways to Evaluate Your Current Training Program for Transactional Lawyers
Between remote work, recruiting the best talent, and acquiring new clients, law firms are working around the clock to ensure they’re staying at the top of their game. The training program you have in place sets the tone for your associates’ experience with the firm and prepares them to execute at the highest level. 5 Ways to Evaluate Your Current Training Program for Transactional Associates will allow you to take a deeper look and decide for yourself if it might be time for a change.
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