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Live Seminar

The Satisfied Client

Aug 09, 2012
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
8:30 am - 4:30 pm

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How to Effectively Manage Clients and Meet Their Needs

The attorney-client relationship is fundamental to the success of your practice. This program teaches unique tools to deliver outstanding service and achieve exceptional results for your clients. Examining the attorney-client relationship from retention to satisfactory conclusion, this program will give you new skills to meet both your clients substantive and relational needs and leave you with highly satisfied clients.

  • Learn how to discover your client's full list of needs and objectives.
  • Manage clients in a way that saves you time and keeps them satisfied.
  • Use needs mapping and enhanced persuasion skills to negotiate more effectively with opposing counsel.

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Your State:

6.50 hrs, including:
Ethics: 1.00
PRICE: $349.00



 
8:00   Registration (breakfast in some cities)
8:30 - 9:00  

The Components of Client Satisfaction
The first meeting is critical. Enhance your ability to solidify the relationship so clients feel you are the best person to help them achieve their objectives.

9:00 – 10:00   Clearly Define and Meet Client Needs and Objectives
Learn how to construct a "Needs Map" that will help you identify and meet your clients' needs, and align your words and actions to satisfy your clients and achieve the highest standards of professionalism.

 

10:00- 10:15   Break
10:15 – 11:15   Expanding Competency with Clients
Some fundamentally trustworthy lawyers act in ways that clients perceive as untrustworthy. Perceived trust is essential; this section gives lawyers important perspectives on demonstrating and building this critical asset.

 

11:15 – 12:15   The Difference Between Good and Great Lawyering
Acrimony is a waste of time and energy. Discover how to redirect aggressive or contentious behavior from clients (and opposing counsel), stay on track, and achieve exceptional results.

 

12:15- 1:15   Lunch (on your own)
1:15 - 2:45   The Attorney and Counselor At Law
Learn effective skills for counseling clients when stress and emotions are high. Discover how to apply these same skills to overcome negotiation standstill and aggressive/disruptive behaviors by opposing counsel.

 

2:45 - 3:00   Break
3:00 - 3:45   Re-framing Difficult Concepts and Situations
Develop flexibility in approaching issues from multiple vantage points, and learn an effective reframing and negotiation model that helps to uncover creative solutions for dead-end problems

 

3:45 - 4:30   Making Persuasive Requests
The successful attorney depends on having a high degree of influence and persuasion. Learn to construct requests that will result in greater cooperation and positive responses with clients, counsel, staff and others.
4:30   Adjourn
   

 

Chris Layton

Chris Layton, J.D. is the founder of The Layton Law Firm, PLLC, a consumer bankruptcy firm in Charlotte, North Carolina, and has been facilitating Likeable Lawyer programs since 2007. Chris holds a B.A. in Journalism from The University of Maryland at College Park and a J.D. from Wake Forest University.


Name:Holiday Inn Historic District
Address: 400 Arch Street
Philadelphia
Pennsylvania
19106
Phone:215-923-8660
Map:map
Description:$7 for parking with parking coupon ticket available.

Credit Reporting

Our courses are approved in almost all states that have CLE requirements. Accreditation for a particular course will vary by state. Please use our CLE calculator for CLE credit available in your state. For more information, visit our FAQ.









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"Exceeded my expectations! Best ethics-related course I've ever taken."
Solomon Hunter,
Pepper Hamilton



"The course incorporates timeless principles from psychology and philosophy to inform and educate the legal practice. Fascinating class."
Adam Freed,
Proskauer Rose



"I was thrilled to find CLE courses that actually focused on the human dimensions of legal competence. The courses I took did not disappoint and were full of both theoretical and practical nuggets I have not seen in any other CLE courses."
Jane Ruddell,
Attorney, Health Care Resolutions



"I came to this class because I needed ethics credit and got a lot more! This class was quite a surprise and far exceeded my expectations."
John Stewart,
Attorney, Intellectual Ventures



"The class exceeded my expectations in providing clear tools for any litigator to be more persuasive and effective in negotiating and arguing on behalf of clients."
Randy Canche,
Munsch, Hardt, Kopf & Harr