Excel Esquire’s signature course has been re-approved for New York CLE credit for 2019! Excel Essentials for Busy Lawyers is a 2-hour workshop for beginner and intermediate Excel users, and covers the basics of filtering, sorting, and analyzing data, as well as performing basic calculations and writing formulas. It’s designed to be useful for all lawyers and legal professionals. The course is a hands-on, interactive experience that uses realistic data in a fun, collaborative atmosphere. Students have called it an “excellent presentation” that is “very accessible” and “hugely useful and easy to follow.”
Here are just some of the things you’ll learn in Excel Essentials:
Using Pivot Tables to quickly summarize large amounts of information
Exploiting Excel’s powerful Sort and Filter tools
Amazing keyboard shortcuts
Useful math functions
Demystifying error messages
Your instructor is Ben J. Kusmin, the founder of Excel Esquire. He is a seasoned commercial litigator and former engineer who has worked at several large New York City law firms. He is a veteran of epic privilege log battles, mammoth document reviews, dueling accounting experts, and complex discovery motion practice. Along the way he has developed Excel strategies specifically tailored to solve common problems encountered by lawyers and their support staff. He created Excel Esquire to give other attorneys the skill and confidence they need to successfully navigate in Excel.
The workshop is CLE-approved (NY) for both experienced and newly admitted attorneys. Financial aid is available. Contact Excel Esquire for more details or to apply for financial aid.
Presentations of Excel Essentials and other courses can be arranged in-house at your law firm, company, bar association, government agency or public interest organization. Contact Excel Esquire to learn more.
Sounds like a well-rounded workshop that could really improve the user’s efficiencies and empower legal professionals to be more self-sufficient with Excel, an everyday tool.
Thank you Amy – I couldn’t have said it better myself!
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