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PMI Presents "Implementing Legal Project Management"

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On September 29th, the Project Management Institute's (PMI) Legal Project Management Community of Practice (LPM CoP) is hosting a Webinar on "Implementing Legal Project Management." It is free for all PMI member, but you must be a member of PMI to attend.

Title: "Implementing Legal Project Management" 

Format/Location: LPM CoP Virtual Community site webinar.

Cost: Free for PMI members. You must be a member of PMI to attend. 

Organizations: PMI Legal Project Management Community of Practice

Description:

Join Barbara J. Boake and Rick A. Kathuria PMP, the authors of the book "Legal Project Management" to hear about the implementation of the legal project management initiative at McCarthy Tétrault LLP. Barbara is a senior partner in the Bankruptcy and Restructuring practice and Rick is the director of IT Development and Project Management Office at McCarthy Tétrault LLP. In this webinar, they will discuss the following:

  • The difference between "regular" project management and Legal Project Management
  • Demonstrate a simple LPM Model
  • Roles and responsibilities at each phase of the matter
  • The process they went through to implement LPM
  • The key challenges in the implementation
  • The composition of the work team
  • Key lessons learned

Presenters:

  • Rick Kathuria, rick is the Director of IT Development and the Project Management Office at McCarthy Tétrault LLP; he is also the Service Delivery Lead for the LPM CoP.

  • Barbara J. Boake. Barbara is a senior partner in McCarthy Tétrault's Bankruptcy and Restructuring practice.

  • Rick and Barbara are co-authors of Project Management for Lawyers, published by the Ark Group.

Credits & Accreditation: 1 PDU for maintenance of PMI credentials.

Linkhttp://legalpm.vc.pmi.org/Webinars/ViewWebinar.aspx?WebinarAction=View&WebinarExternalKey=f2e5e4b9-519f-4786-8687-5084ccebffd3

 

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