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What Lawyers Need to Know About Microsoft Office 365

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Date Published

July 28, 2020


Mecklenburg County Bar


Practice Management, Technology


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Are you using your Microsoft Office 365 products to the fullest? This CLE will serve as an attorney’s guide to best practices in the law office and efficient use of the 365 suite of products to enhance client communication and representation.


- Showcase of Office 365 apps that can increase productivity and efficiency - Teams – communication and collaboration - One Drive – file storage and sharing - PowerAutomate – work-flow creation and dashboards.

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KC Cook

KC Cook is a Technology Strategist at Biz Technology Solutions, with over 10 years of experience in Information Technology.... Read More

Robert Ingalls

Robert Ingalls is a former litigation attorney and founder of Lawpods, a podcast production company catering to law firms.... Read More

Carol Lynn Grow

Carol Lynn Grow is the Chief Operating Officer at LawToolBox, a legal SaaS and Microsoft 365 App that transforms Teams,... Read More

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This program contains the following components:

What Lawyers Need to Know About Microsoft Office 365 - Video
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