Professional Skills Center

In today's competitive legal environment, client and employer expectations are higher than ever. To stay competitive, it's crucial that you not only hone your legal knowledge, but continually work at developing professional skills. Whether it's managing existing clients, developing new business or raising your profile at the office, your professional skills play a pivotal role in how effectively you service your firm and clients. PLI's Professional Skills Center provides practical resources in important areas such as business development, communication, firm leadership, leveraging technology, law firm economics and much more.

Please note that not all of PLI's Professional Skills programs qualify for CLE credit or for state specific "skills" credit. Please check the credit calculator for specific credit information in your jurisdiction.

Don't see a Professional Skills program topic? Feel free to email your suggestions to psc@pli.edu.

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Who's Speaking?
Vincent R. Martorana

Vincent R. Martorana ~ Reed Smith LLP
Speaking at Select Concepts in Drafting Contracts 2015: Analyzing Ambiguities and Contract Boilerplate Practising Law Institute Sep. 24, 2015

Why you should attend

Mark Your Calendar. More Information to Come.
Sean Romanoff

Sean Romanoff ~ Consultant, Exec-Comm LLC
Speaking at Bridge-the-Gap I: Ethics and Skills for Newly Admitted New York Attorneys 2015 Practising Law Institute Sep. 21, 2015

Bridge-the-Gap I: Ethics and Skills for Newly Admitted New York Attorneys 2015
September 21, 2015

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What I Wish Someone Would Have Told Me Before I Started My Own Practice



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Featured Seminar

Ethical Issues in California Pro Bono Representation 2015 (Free)

Sep. 3, 2015

Practising Law Institute - San Francisco, CA

Why You Should Attend While the ethical obligations of pro bono legal practice are no different than a commercial law practice, there are practical considerations regarding eligibility of clients, challenging clients, conflicts (similar in theory, different in practice settings), expectations on both sides, case management responsibility, and different delivery models, such as limited scope representation, that cause many professionals to hesita... Read More