21st Century Learning for 21st Century Legal Firms – Catch up on the webinar

by | Jan 24, 2014 | Articles

Looking to transform learning for legal professionals? Catch up on our webinar including case study with Clifford Chance.

Following the launch of new research into innovative learning for the legal sector, we ran a webinar to explore the findings in conjuction with our partner Commelius. You can download the report at the bottom of this page.

In the webinar session we take a closer look at the following themes:

  • Supporting 21st Century Legal firms
  • Benchmarking in the legal sector – how we can learn from each other
  • Challenges to change
  • Case study with Clifford Chance – a closer look at their award winning video programme to capture and share great practice
  • 5 tips for delivering 21st century learning in legal firms

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If time is short then here are the slides from the webinar:

Download the full report below , please note that you need to be logged in /registered to download your copy. By downloading this report you agree for your email address to also be shared with Commelius. (Please contact us directly for a copy if you do not wish for your address to be shared).

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