Lexician offers consulting, training, and coaching to legal organizations — firms and in-house departments — in project management, leadership, and efficiency. Lexician specializes in Legal Project Management; in fact, Lexician founder Steven B. Levy wrote the book on the subject.
What is Legal Project Management?
Legal Project Management, or LPM, is the application of the principles of project management to legal cases, files, or matters.
Project management is far more comprehensive than “schedules and plans.” It is the practice of leadership, the striving for effectiveness and efficiency, budget discipline and profitability, and most of all, managing people as well as projects.
Legal practice is quite different from construction or manufacturing. To be effective and add value, project management in the legal world must map to the way law is practiced, not to erecting buildings or stamping widgets.
Who Trains Lawyers in Legal Project Management?
There are a small number of professionals specializing in Legal Project Management training, along with a few large general consulting firms trying to jump on the bandwagon. All of the specialists bring value and their own particular approach to such training. However, no one knows more about the subject, or makes their training more enjoyable as well as effective. If you’re looking for training that will make your legal team more productive, build profitability and budget discipline, maximize effectiveness, and help your project managers truly lead your projects, Lexician training is the place to start. We focus on the practical aspects, on “rules and tools,” on making a difference for your firm or department immediately.
Steven B. Levy has been a project and business leader for over 35 years. He headed the legal technology/operations team at Microsoft for many years, has led various industry task forces, has managed projects, teams, and businesses on three continents, and is a highly requested speaker and regular author.
Contact us at 530-LEXICIAN (530-539-4242) or email us: training_at_Lexician_dot_com.