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Keno Kozie Continues Partnership with Nextpoint by Delivering CLE Presentation on Modern Legal Technology Competence to Lawyers

By September 24, 2019 October 4th, 2019 No Comments

Event titled “Lawyers and Modern Technology: How Fulfilling Your Ethical Duty of Technology Competence Can Enhance Your Practice” to be presented Sept. 27

CHICAGO – SEPTEMBER 24, 2019 – Keno Kozie Associates, Ltd., a leading provider of information technology design, service and support to law firms and legal departments, today announces a continued partnership with Nextpoint bringing a CLE presentation to lawyers. The event is titled “Lawyers and Modern Technology: How Fulfilling Your Ethical Duty of Technology Competence Can Enhance Your Practice” and will be presented on September 27, 11:45-1:00 p.m. CDT, both in person and via webcast.

The event will take an in-depth look at the technology expectations of modern-day lawyers and will review important technology concepts all lawyers should know about. The event will offer CLE credits and will feature an expert panel of thought leaders, including:

  • Stanleigh Rabin, partner at Keno Kozie, on preservation
  • Chad Gough, partner at 4Discovery, on collection
  • Jacqueline Brettner, managing partner at Brettner Cvitanovic, on data analysis/review
  • Rakesh Madhava, CEO of Nextpoint, on trial prep and presentation
  • Annie Johnson, community engagement manager at Nextpoint, as moderator

“We are thrilled to be partnering with Nextpoint and other thought leaders in the industry as we take a look at the technology needed in today’s legal landscape,” states Rabin. “An attorney’s ethical duty of technology competence is challenging to maintain in a world that’s rapidly evolving. Knowing what is needed for your practice is important for staying competitive in a changing environment. We look forward to being able to share valuable insights and tips on technology concepts needed today.” The one-hour CLE is available as a live event in Chicago or as a webcast. Registration is available at http://bit.ly/2ZSkBy7 if attending in person or at http://bit.ly/2ZSZj3i if attending via webcast.

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