- November 11, 2011
- 12:46 pm
- Kelly Barry
Behold the Power of Software!
A recent issue of Paralegal Today has a summary of the IPMA salary survey and in their summary Paralegal Today reports that “Litigation Support and technology management continue to be the highest paid specialties, averaging a median annual base compensation of $121,012 nationally.”
They add “…Paralegals with technology know-how continue to be highly paid and sought after due to the impact of electronic discovery and e-filing.”
In an effort to keep our students on the cutting edge of litigation support technology, we are offering a one-day Concordance workshop on Saturday, November 19. This workshop will show you the best practices for using Concordance to search and organize your litigation documents. Learn how to view, search, tag, sort, enter and edit information, and change the layout in Concordance.
This workshop is currently only open to Loyola paralegal graduates and current Loyola paralegal students. Students are expected to have a good working knowledge of Microsoft Office products prior to taking this workshop.
For more information and to register, go to http://www.luc.edu/paralegal/ConcordanceWorkshop.shtml