Keeping Your Seat at the Table: Finding Guidance in a Flash to Support Your Firm as a Trusted Partner (Thomson Reuters Partner Webinar)
Includes a Live Web Event on 12/13/2022 at 2:00 PM (CST)
As firms transition from remote work to hybrid or fully in-person working models, librarians are reinventing themselves and doing more to advise and support their firms. As their roles evolve, so must their resources. Staying on top of current market trends in law and practice can be streamlined with the help of Practical Law, a go-to legal guidance resource for the go-to person at the firm. During this webinar, learn about the core tools and resources that can save time and drive firm efficiency.
Law librarians and legal professionals at medium to large law firms as well as State, Local, and Government entities
- Understand the fundamentals of Practical Law to get the best guidance and practice resources to help your firm more efficiently deliver superior client service.
- Learn how to help drive efficiency to find on-point resources, helping to reduce unbilled time for your firm when lawyers need insight on how to approach new or unfamiliar matters.
- Quickly compare laws across jurisdictions and more easily stay on top of current market trends.
- Zach Ratzman, Thomson Reuters
- Katie Pettengill, Thomson Reuters
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Zach Ratzman, Director of Product Management, Practical Law US , Thomson Reuters
Ratzman is a director of product management at Thomson Reuters Practical Law, where he focuses on Practical Law for government, private sector, and law school users. He joined Practical Law from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's Office of the General Counsel in Washington, DC, where for nearly six years he advised senior DHS leadership on privacy, information sharing, and congressional oversight matters. Before that, Ratzman worked for nearly a decade at several major New York City law firms, where his practice focused on securities fraud, commercial litigation, and white-collar criminal defense. Before entering private practice, he clerked for the late Honorable Harold Baer Jr. in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York in Manhattan. Ratzman received his law degree, magna cum laude, from the University of Michigan Law School, where he was elected to Order of the Coif.