On July 13th, I will give a presentation called “Excel Essentials for the Practice of Law” at the Harris County Law Library in Houston. The presentation is designed for lawyers, paralegals, and other legal professionals. Participants will learn how to manipulate text with Find & Replace, print worksheets with a custom footer, analyze data with Excel’s Filter feature, and create and copy formulas. If you’re not lucky enough to be in the Lone Star State, you can watch the livestream!
More details below from HCLL’s website:
Date: Thursday, July 13, 2017
Time: 12pm – 1pm
Class Format: Classroom & Livestreaming
Where: Harris County Law Library — Harris County Attorney Office Conference Center, 1019 Congress Street, Houston, Texas 77002
Description: Microsoft Excel is an important tool for the modern legal profession. It can assist in supervising document reviews, calculating damages, and managing client information. Because so many business clients use Excel, spreadsheets often become evidence in their own right, and attorneys need to be able to review and understand Excel documents. In this interactive program, Ben J. Kusmin, a commercial litigator and the founder of Excel Esquire, will demonstrate the most important features of Microsoft Excel using concrete examples and realistic data. Attendees will have the option to download the data used in the presentation to follow along on their own computers.
CLE: 1.0 hour CLE in Texas (pending)
To learn more and register, please follow this link: HCLL