In response to customer requests, LexisNexis recently launched its new PCLaw Pro Certification training for users of all levels who want to master the software—and use it to take their law practice to its fullest potential.
Not only will graduates gain new skills and get insider tips about how to use PCLaw legal practice management software to the fullest, they will obtain an industry-recognized certification. Attendees will hone their skills with hands-on, instructor-led training sessions covering a gamut of topics, including:
- Lawyers and Rates
- Matter Management
- Client Reports
- Time and Fees
- Trust Accounting
- Month End Reporting
One of the most rewarding aspects of the training is showing both new and veteran users alike how to leverage the power of PCLaw to not only handle the day-to-day challenges that all law firms face, but how to use it to make important business decisions that can lead to higher profits and happier clients. Feedback on the new training series has been outstanding, and here are just a few of the positive comments attendees have shared:
“Duane (the instructor) was great— very personable and extremely knowledgeable. I enjoyed interacting and comparing notes with the other attendees. I now feel much more confident with PCLaw,” said Legal Assistant and PCLaw user Kim Morf.
“I was concerned the course would be too advanced for me being entry level but was pleasantly surprised. It was well broken down to address the uses of PCLaw—even to a layman. It was a wonderful and relaxing environment with an engaging group and instructor,” said Assistant Office Manager and PCLaw User, Nicki Burgess.
“This class [PCLaw Administrator Certification] was extremely helpful for me. I knew I was missing some things that PCLaw could do, and I was correct. Having the training as well as talking things through with the other students was great,” said Accountant and PCLaw user, Melissa C. Kimbrell
If you want to make the most of your PCLaw experience, sign up now for the Chicago class or other options now at the LexisNexis University PCLaw Pro Certification website.