Haight’s Michael Leahy is once again teaching a course during CLM’s Virtual Litigation Management Institute taking place in October. Mike will be teaching, “Fundamentals of Risk Transfer” on October 22, 2020.
About the Program:
Hosted at Loyola Law School in Chicago, the Litigation Management Institute (LMI) is the first certification program specifically designed to provide a comprehensive understanding of the business of litigation management. The rigorous program is geared toward attorneys and those in the litigation management field with 10 or more years of experience, but might be of benefit to those with less experience. The program is designed to bridge the gap between legal theory and litigation strategy, and the business aspects of litigation management.
Each of the courses is a combination of pre-work and in-class course instruction, and each evening, small groups will work on projects related to the course material covered that day. The courses that make up the LMI are: Client Relations, Expectations, and Confidentiality, Reserving and Data Management from an Actuarial Perspective, Alternative Fee Agreements, Evaluation and Assessment, Impact Reporting and Reserving, Litigation Metrics, Coverage Perspectives, Fundamentals of Risk Transfer, Resolution Strategies, e-Billing, e-Strategy and Practical Aspects of Litigation Management – Strategic Implementation.
The Litigation Management Institute is a real educational experience, not a tradeshow, conference or seminar. Each course will be taught by executives with extensive litigation management experience. Upon successful completion of the program, participants will receive the Certified Litigation Management Professional (CLMP) designation.
The Institute will be limited to 100 participants and up to 24 CE and CLE credit hours will be awarded.