A new program aimed at providing “Four Tips in Three Hours” is quickly becoming one of the more popular continuing legal education programs, particularly among groups of retired lawyers, several state CLE providers have confirmed.
The program highlights four technology tips lawyers can use in their practices and spends three hours explaining how to use them. Topics in prior programs have included “How to Find Things with Google,” “Working with Cordless Phones,” and “Floppy Disks for Dummies.”
Attendees at the programs rave about the content and the relaxed pace, saying it’s a welcome change from typical tech-related programs that present 600 tips in four minutes. “It’s great,” said Jackson Caldwell, a former partner in a small law firm in Topeka, Kansas. “I really like the one they call IceLaw because it doesn’t try to catch me on fire like those other ones do.”