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PMI & ILTA Present "Project Management = Law and Order"

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On September 28th, the International Legal Technology Association along with the Project Management Institute's (PMI) Legal Project Management Community of Practice (LPM CoP), and the PMI's Chicagoland Chapter are co-hosting an informative session on legal-project management.

Title: "Project Management = Law and Order" 

Format/Location: Live event at:

Seyfarth Shaw LLP
131 S. Dearborn Street
Suite 2400 Chicago
Illinois 60603
*Attendees should be prepared to show photo ID upon arrival

Cost: Free.

Organizations: 

ILTA 
PMI's Legal Project Management Community of Practice (LPM CoP) 
PMI's Chicagoland Chapter 

Description:

In collaboration with the International Legal Technology Association (ILTA), PMI's LPM Community of Practice and PMI's Chicagoland Chapter, Seyfarth Shaw's Project Management Office is hosting a lunch event focusing on employing project management in the legal arena. Representatives from each area will provide a brief overview of the available resources and benefits of their organization. The featured speaker is Mr. Bartlett, Senior Litigation Partner at Seyfarth Shaw LLP, who will give a presentation on the benefits of project management from a practicing attorney's perspective. Following Brett's presentation, there will be a question and answer session and networking opportunities. The sponsoring vendors, Clarity Consulting, Guidance Software and Harvard Computing with Microsoft, will be available to discuss how their solutions add value to the practice of Legal Project Management.

Lunch Provided by: Clarity Consulting, Guidance Software and Harvard Computing Group with Microsoft

Gifts to Be Raffled: 3 Copies of the book Visio 2010 Step by Step, by Scott Helmers, 2 Copies of Visio Premium 2010 software, 1 copy of TaskMapĀ® 4 Professional

If you have colleagues in other firms or others within your own firm who share your interest in this topic, please invite them to attend with you. Nonmembers are always welcome at our events, and we're hopeful they'll learn a little bit about PMI and LPM from the experience. There is no cost to attend, and there is much to be gained. Tell a friend about the PMI LPM meeting!

Presenters:

Host: Kim Craig, Director of Seyfarth Shaw's PMO and Communication Lead for PMI's LPM CoP.

Presenter: Brett Bartlett is chair of Seyfarth Shaw's Labor & Employment Department in Atlanta, a member of the Department's National Steering Committee, and a leader in the firm's National Wage & Hour Litigation Practice Group. Mr. Bartlett devotes the majority of his practice to the defense of complex federal and state wage and hour litigation. He also provides preventative counseling and change management assistance to employers wishing to limit their exposure to investigation and litigation under the federal Fair Labor Standards Act and the state laws that require employers to pay overtime and minimum wages to their employees. Mr. Bartlett frequently speaks at seminars and conferences regarding employers' compliance with wage and hour matters, contributes to such publications as the Fair Labor Standards Act , Cumulative Supplement, ABA Section of Labor and Employment Law (2002-2009). Prior to beginning his management-side employment law practice, he chaired his law school's moot court board, argued in the Wagner Labor & Employment Moot Court Competition, and was awarded the ABA/BNA Award for Excellence in the Study of Labor & Employment Law. 

Mr. Bartlett has been quoted in several newspapers and professional journals. In one American Lawyer article "On the Right Track" (Hansen), he was quoted as saying, "Project managers have become so central to Seyfarth's efficiency drive that he and other partners have begun taking them on some key client pitches." In addition, he has stated, "Our project managers have become a focal point of my practice. I rely on them to interface with our key client contacts and to ensure that our matters are managed efficiently and effectively. I think that this is a burgeoning field of practice that will enable law firms to meet their clients' needs in a rapidly paced legal market. I am a true believer in project management." Mr. Bartlett is a member of PMI's Atlanta Chapter.

Credits & Accreditation: N/A

Link:Register on-line at http://www.zoomerang.com/Survey/WEB22D2QLQ42YL/

 

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