Are your new legal trainees and graduates IT ready?

Having tech-savvy trainee lawyers and graduates joining your legal team presents you with both risk and opportunity: risk because their unfamiliarity and inexperience with business protocol and practice may lead to problems; opportunity, because these new team members could bring fresh IT insights and ideas to your department and their enthusiam is an opportunity to engage them with the commerical and business imperatives of the team’s role.

This white paper looks at ways to reduce these risks and ensure your new team members get up to speed quickly with your existing systems, then suggests ways to make the most of their potential new thinking.

To download the Iken white paper click on the link above.

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