Effective training programs for lawyers require more than just ordering lunch and having the usual suspects read the usual PowerPoints. Josh Troy is a speaker on this panel that will discuss innovative programs like a Speakers’ Society, a monthly extracurricular meeting during which associates practice presentations and give each other feedback in a “PFZ” (partner-free zone). Other programs to be discussed include “Everything You Need to Know about Leadership You Learned From Harry Potter,” as well a new feedback initiative and the latest in simulated litigation trainings. Bring your own experiences to this session – participants will be encouraged to share their latest programs with the panel and each other.
Friday, December 2, 2016
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