Time Management for Attorneys: Eight Essential Elements


Why You Should Attend

As a busy lawyer, time never seems to be on your side. Between responding to clients’ calls and emails, reviewing documents, and overseeing the work of associates and assistants, you often feel like you are perpetually trapped in a daily time crunch. You may not be able to add more hours to the day, but you can become significantly more productive by implementing eight essential elements of time management as you move through your day.


What You Will Learn

Instituting a practical time management plan that allows you to devote more time to serving clients and developing new ones is fundamental to a successful practice. Increase your effectiveness while reducing your stress level by joining us for this 90-minute webcast that will focus on eight essential elements of time management that can be immediately applied to your everyday practice of law and help you:

  • Plan effectively
  • Capture and update tasks
  • Prioritize and schedule
  • Train, delegate, and supervise
  • Organize info and email
  • Optimize procedures
  • Frame boundaries and expectation
  • Cultivate self-awareness


Who Should Attend

This program is for attorneys who want to manage their priorities better and stay on top of their workload by improving their time management and personal productivity skills.


Presented by ALI-CLE

CLE credits are available for this session

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About the Author

Bill Jawitz, Law Firm Coach and Consultant

Bill Jawitz has been coaching lawyers to become more profitable and enjoy a higher quality of life since 2002.

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