The survey results are out, and there’s a ton on information about how law firms are doing training and user support. I haven’t had time to do more than give it a cursory glance, but there’s definitely some interesting discussion points. Download a copy.
Also, there’s a white paper available with some analysis of what these numbers might mean, and which I need to read through as well, before starting any blog posts discussing the numbers, though the fact that 65% of firms do no ongoing skills assessments, and 63% don’t require ongoing technical training for staff (87% don’t require it for attorneys) is a little bit mind-boggling. As much as technology changes, you don’t have any requirements for people in your firms to continue learning anything technical?
It’s no wonder clients think law firms are so behind the times.