The National Society for Legal Technology (NSLT) Launches Legal Technology Certification
August 29, 2016
The exclusive technology partner for the National Society for Legal Technology’s newly launched ‘Legal Technology Certification’ is TutorPro.
The NSLT has been at the vanguard of enabling future attorneys, paralegals, and legal secretaries, in achieving effective use of legal technology for several years. In 2016 the society decided to launch a Legal Technology Certification covering 13 of the key legal software programs; CaseMap, Concordance, Excel 2013, FileSite 9, LiveNote 9, Nuance Power PDF, Outlook 2013, PowerPoint 2013, Sanction, TimeMap, Trial Director, Word 2013, and Workshare 9. The Certification will be delivered through eLearning in an online portal. The eLearning courseware is TutorPro courseware and the portal is powered by the TutorPro LMS.
Said Douglas Lusk, President NSLT
“From the moment of my first conversation with Claire, I knew that this was going to be a great partnership. I had found a company that shares my enthusiasm and passion for helping students learn. I greatly respect TutorPro and the commitment they have to the industry. Just like the NSLT, TutorPro strives for excellence in everything they create. This certification program is just the tip of the iceberg for all the great things our organizations can (and will) do together! I am extremely excited and I look forward to a long and rewarding future with TutorPro at my side!”
Said Claire Loram, VP Client Success at TutorPro
“TutorPro has been leading the field in legal technology learning for over 25 years. This heritage makes us only too aware of the current move towards greater technological competence in the legal community, driven by the need for value for money from those engaging with legal services. Our sponsorship of ILTA, and Vendor Membership of LTC4, demonstrate our commitment to the goal of a tech-savvy legal world. When the NSLT told us about their desire to launch a certification for future legal professionals and law students we felt privileged to be able to make it a reality.”