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ACC Presents "Project Management for the In-house Law Department"

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The Association of Corporate Counsel is presenting a two-day program on project management for the in-house lawyers on November 8th and 9th.

Title: "Project Management for the In-house Law Department" 

Format/Location: Executive Leadership Center, Boston University School of Management in Boston, MA. For hotel and travel information, see:

Cost: ACC Members: 1,632 USD; Non-members: $1,927 USD 

Organizations: Association of Corporate Counsel


Projects are increasingly the way that work gets done in companies of all types and sizes. In this new program you will learn the strategic dimensions of project management, including critical aspects of project definition, planning, execution, project tools and monitoring. Concepts and approaches for dealing with complexity, uncertainty, vague mandates, project team dynamics, stakeholders, risk management, and time-critical deadlines are emphasized. Attendees will be asked to identify a project from their work environment that they can use to exercise their new skills during class. Projects discussed during this program have included matter management system deployments, E-discovery system & process improvement projects, litigation, and compliance programs. Many corporate counsel are tested on the job through tough assignments in project settings. Your performance there is highly visible. Prepare now for success in strategic project management by developing the skills and perspectives covered in this program.Enter description


  • William Kahn, Professor, Organizational Behavior Department Boston University School of Management

  • Javier Jimenez, Lecturer, Operations and Technology Management Boston University School of Management

  • Rick Welch, Adjunct Lecturer Boston University School of Management

Credits & Accreditation: N/A.


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