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Effective Web Search for Legal Professionals - Part Two


Credit(s): 0.1 CEUs
Original Program Date: January 22, 2014
Duration: 50 minutes
Access: Available for 1 months after purchase
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    You’re buried in pages and burning the midnight oil.  Do you really have time to teach yourself Google search tools?  After all, don’t you just type the word(s) into the box, hit enter and you’re on your way? 

    Text, images, case law, dictionaries, private and wildcard searching; there’s more to the Google search than you know. 

    In two evening webinars lasting just three hours total, you can learn powerful search techniques.  Watch your results transform from overwhelming to manageable as you become a fast and efficient power searcher.

    Set yourself apart and be on the digital cutting edge in your production-driven environment.

    What’s in YOUR Google search?

     

    0.1 CEUs
    Michelle McClean, Owner

    Clickity clack, Clickity clack. 

    The sound of the rails during a daily commute to Dodger Stadium gave ample time for daydreams.  It was on that train that Michelle saw an intriguing man with an oddly-shaped, black case, secured by a zipper and Velcro strap. 

    Having recently received her bachelor of arts degree in Communications, serving as legal assistant for the Los Angeles Dodgers was an ideal profession for a 23-year-old, yet Michelle still wondered about the small, black case. 

    Eventually, she was lucky enough to land an empty seat and hear the story of the Stenograph writer and one man’s passion for his profession.  Fascinated, she promptly enrolled in court reporting night classes where she learned theory and loved every minute. 

    Shortly thereafter, she was offered a job as personal assistant to Gene Autry, America’s Favorite Singing Cowboy, who also owned The California Angels.  It was clearly an offer she could not refuse; however, court reporting would have to wait.  After several years of overseeing music copyrights and full-charge bookkeeping, Michelle returned to the court reporting industry in 2000 and has held various positions including district sales manager for Stenograph, scopist and software trainer.  It was while with Stenograph that she received exceptional software and writer training.  While hosting a study club and CaseCATalyst webinars, she quickly discovered a passion for sharing software techniques that increase production.

    Now married and residing in Colorado, she is the owner of In Your Court, a software training firm. 

    Mission statement:  “Here, the focus is on encouraging full use of various software products.  No more scratching the surface of your fantastic software.  Consider it my pleasure to be In Your Court.”

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