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Alaska (AK) In House Counsel CLE Course Catalog

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Transforming Relationships Between Legal and Outside Counsel
Seamless collaboration between legal operations and their outside counsel partners is a critical factor in the success of any legal department. Hear from leaders and peers who have re-architected law firm relationships to achieve significant cost savings, better quality work, and stronger diversity. Get an inside look at their achieved results and lessons learned to uncover best practices and key missteps.

Legalweek

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Thinking Like A Client: What Every Law Firm Lawyer Should Know
Law schools, law firms and other CLE programs teach you how to “Think Like A Lawyer,” but succeeding in a law firm environment also requires you to “Think Like A Client” so that your clients will like and respect you, and ideally, want to hire you again and again.  Having spent more than twenty-five years as a law firm litigator, an in-house lawyer and now as a client, Zach McGee offers law firm lawyers at every level sage advice on what you should be doing -- and what you should not be doing -- to put your best foot forward when working with your clients.

New Media Legal

$75

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Transactional Integration & Due Diligence: M&A Deals From Start to Finish
Join us as we explore the complexities and regulations surrounding M&A deals from transactional due diligence to integration. Our subject matter experts in this session will examine each step of the process from the perspectives of both the acquirer and the acquired.

Women, Influence & Power in Law Conference

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Creating Win-Win Outside Counsel Relationships
While outside legal spend remains a top concern for most GCs, one thing remains clear the relationship between in-house and outside Outside counsel - how to actually listen to your inside counsel and help you figure out what clients want and how to deliver (and visa versa for in house - both sides) Getting the most out of that relationship Ruthlessly managing outside counsel budgets - how to propose alt fee arrangements - setting expectations properly, how to review bills - open conversations developing relationships with outside counsel without feeling like everything will be a bill - a chilling effect Meaningful ways of developing relationships Balance How to help them create the comfort level, relationships aren't billed for Controlling costs How to teach outside counsel how to give advice to in house - saves money, trust them, benefits - gap of outside counsel to be trained to do that so there's less back and forth Interactions with outside counsel/managing relationships

Women, Influence & Power in Law Conference

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The Role of Legal Leaders in International Business Relations
As business continues to evolve into a more globalized workforce, GCs are being tasked with setting up international offices, aligning resources and coverage, and deciding where to build out legal teams. Understanding cross borders Communications and cultural differences have become business essential, not just to get deals done, but also to maintain strong cross-border partnerships. Join our panelists as they discuss the role of legal in international relations, and share their expertise and lived experiences with all international business dealings.

Women, Influence & Power in Law Conference

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How Many Fires are Too Many Fires? Future Proofing Your Organization to Avoid Crisis after Crisis
As a present-day legal leader, it may feel like you are facing one crisis after another and while you have become adept at handling these situations, it's important for GCs to take a proactive approach to prevent future crisis rather than believing their value lies in the quality of their response to the crisis. This panel will focus on strategies leaders should implement to help their teams get ahead of a crisis, minimize its impact and avoid it as much as possible overall. While you can't always predict what's coming around the corner for your organization, you will walk away from this session with tools that help leaders shift to rewarding efforts in preparing for and minimizing future crises.

Women, Influence & Power in Law Conference

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Driving Change Management: Lessons GCs can Learn from Legal Ops
When change is the only constant, it's impossible to predict precisely how the legal market will look in the future, but it's clear that effective change management is essential to achieve operational efficiency. Change management requires a proactive approach that involves analysis, planning and implementation to facilitate the redesign of legal processes. Panelists will explore how legal departments can learn from Legal Ops to develop and implement critical change management strategies and decision-making to become a change agent for their organization.

Women, Influence & Power in Law Conference

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Litigation Management for In-House Counsel
As an in-house lawyer, you may be expected to manage litigation involving your company, but if you lack experience in this area, what can you do to ensure that you manage your litigation matters and outside counsel most effectively and efficiently? In this program, experienced law firm litigator Andrew Struve gives you the advice you need to identify the key issues, ask the right questions and make the best decisions when managing your next litigation.

New Media Legal

$75

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Antitrust Under the Biden Administration: Have the Rules Changed?
As we are just approaching 18 months into the new administration, join our expert panelists as they highlight the various shifts and changes to antitrust policies and enforcement under President Joe Biden. Additionally this session will look into the anticipated increased regulatory and enforcement activity, as well as providing insight into the future within this space.

General Counsel Conference

$65

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