We conduct in-house workshops for law firms, corporate legal departments, federal and state government agencies, and courts throughout the country—from Boston to San Diego. We tailor these programs to your organization's needs.
When considering an in-house seminar, please call our general counsel, Karolyne Cheng (214-691-8588), so she can help you decide on the best seminar for your group and discuss your particular ideas. That will help Professor Garner tailor the seminars for you.
With the rise in alternative-fee arrangements, it's more important than ever to make your legal group's work both efficient and effective. Capitalize on your human resources by training your entire team to maximize their writing and analytical skills. For example, learn to craft the perfect memo that can be easily adapted into a client update, a motion, or a section of a brief. It should become standard office practice rather than a tired template buried in one person's hard drive. Stay ahead of the changes in the legal world with a competent and agile team.
Each full-day workshop runs from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. with two 15-minute breaks and an hour for lunch. We also offer half-day programs from 9 a.m. to noon or from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. And unlike a public program, which has a set date, an in-house workshop can be scheduled at any time of the year. All scheduling is subject to our availability. Ordinarily, our calendar stays booked about six to eight months in advance.
Please call our office at 214-691-8588 or write to email@example.com (Karolyne Cheng) if you would like to receive more information about in-house seminars, including scheduling, pricing, and more in-depth course descriptions.
The following seminars are offered for in-house training:
- The Winning Oral Argument (half-day)
- Ethical Communications (half-day)
- Better Business Writing
- The Redbook (half-day)
- Advanced Legal Writing & Editing
- Advanced Transactional Drafting
- Drafting & Editing Contracts (half-day)
- The Winning Brief
- Legal Writing in Plain English
- Advanced Judicial Writing
- Reading Law: The Interpretation of Legal Texts
- And a variety of targeted courses.