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Breakfast Learning Lab Sessions to Debut at CounselLink Conference 2017

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Would you care for some knowledge with your morning coffee and bagel? If so, you’ll find it at CounselLink Conference 2017.

New this year at the CounselLink Conference will be Breakfast Learning Lab Sessions conducted by LexisNexis Senior Trainer, Amy Nelson.

Tuesday, June 6, Amy will present a Beginner Reporting Learning Lab to provide users who are new to reporting hands-on practice running, editing and saving CounselLink standard reports. Participants will gain the competence and confidence needed to work with reporting.

Wednesday’s Learning Lab will familiarize intermediate CounselLink users with the new Legal Spend Dashboard and demonstrate how to edit and build new and exciting visuals.

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The Breakfast Learning Labs will run from 8:00 to 8:50 a.m. both days. Bring your appetite, your thirst for knowledge and your computer – Amy will make sure you leave satisfied.

Not registered for CounselLink Conference 2017? Register now and plan to join your peers June 5-7 for three days of learning and networking.

About the Presenter

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Amy Nelson, Senior Trainer

Amy handles the design, development and delivery of educational programs that benefit LexisNexis user communities. Earlier in her career, she was an education specialist supporting the clinical and academic needs of a major medical center, and also had roles as a lab technician and public school teacher. Adept at using technology to facilitate the learning process for audiences and students of any age, Amy earned a Master of Education degree from North Carolina State University in Workforce Development and Training, along with a B.S. degree in Biology from East Carolina University.

 

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About Chas Schmidt

Chas Schmidt
Chas Schmidt is a freelance copywriter and frequent contributor to the Business of Law Blog. A former Senior Copywriter for the Business and Litigation Software Solutions (BLSS) division of LexisNexis, Chas honed his strategic writing skills in a variety of previous roles on both the corporate and agency sides of the marketing communications fence. He is the former creative head of an ad agency in Durango, Colorado, holds a Master of Fine Arts degree in Creative Writing from North Carolina State University and plans to one day live off the grid in the wilds of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.
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