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PMI Presents "How to Brainstorm to Create a Legal Project Plan"

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On November 3rd, the Project Management Institute's Legal Project Management Community of Practice will host a webinar on how to brainstorm to create a legal-project plan, presented by Mark Lassiter, a partner at Davis Miles PLLC, and Amanda P., Director of Practice Technology at Davis Miles PLLC.

Title: "How to Brainstorm to Create a Legal Project Plan" 

Format/Location: On-line webinar.

Cost: Free to PMI members. PMI membership required.

Organizations: PMI Legal Project Management Community of Practice

Description:

In this session, we will take a hypothetical case from the National Institute for Trial Advocacy, Dixon v. Providential Life Ins. Co., and conduct a hypothetical 'Brainstorm Session,' in real time to identify tasks and things to do to prepare a defense of the matter on behalf of the fictitious life insurance company. We'd then convert the Mind Map into a WBS.

Presenters:

Mark Lassiter, partner at Davis Miles, PLLC
Amanda P., Director of Practice Technology at Davis Miles, PLLC

Credits & Accreditation: Eligible for 1 PDU credit; no M/CLE credits.

Linkhttp://legalpm.vc.pmi.org/Webinars/ViewWebinar.aspx?WebinarAction=View&WebinarExternalKey=e11ce844-8e8d-473e-bc34-44ee1258d231


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