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PMI Presents "Eight Key Issues in Legal Project Management"

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On Tuesday, March 15th, the Project Management Institute's Legal Project Management Community of Practice will host a Webinar presented by Jim Hassett, Ph D., the author of the book "Legal Project Management Quick Reference Guide", who will discusses the eight key issues in Legal Project Management. The webinar is free to all PMI members.

Title: "Eight Key Issues in Legal Project Management" 

Format/Location: Text.

Cost: Free for PMI members. Not available to non-members.  

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Description:

Please Join Jim Hassett Ph D., the author of the book "Legal Project Management Quick Reference Guide" while he discusses the 8 key issues in Legal Project Management. Mr Hassett is the founder of LegalBizDev, which helps law firms increase profitability by improving project management, business development, and alternative fees.


Presenters:

Jim Hassett, Ph.D., Owner, LegalBizDev


Credits & Accreditation: Attendance at this session qualifies for one Professional Development Unit for PMI Credential Holders.


Linkhttp://legalpm.vc.pmi.org/Webinars/ViewWebinar.aspx?WebinarAction=View&WebinarExternalKey=77785a98-b00e-4874-96b4-52317e13a051

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