To show you Evernote’s benefit to lawyers, how you can tap into its essential features, and methods to ensure compliance with your ethical duties of confidence to your client.
Today’s law practice requires you to be uber efficient with your time and well-organized to adequately juggle client matters. You can’t spend precious time searching for important meeting notes you took last week or through stacks of printed case law to find that one gem. You need a system to store, organize, and access your data so that nothing important falls through the cracks. Evernote is a popular tool for attorneys to use as a central repository for storing and using data on a daily basis. This CLE will show you Evernote’s benefit to lawyers, how you can tap into its essential features, and methods to ensure compliance with your ethical duties of confidence to your client.
Missouri lawyers: Outkick CLE classes are considered “self study” and are subject to a 6 hour cap per year. Self study classes cannot be carried over to the next year and may not be used to satisfy the professionalism, ethics or malpractice prevention education requirements of Rule 15.
New York lawyers: Outkick CLE courses will count toward your New York CLE requirement under New York’s Approved Jurisdiction policy. To read the policy in full, please see the New York CLE Board website.