Savvy Webinars 2022: Enhancing Productivity in Law Firms

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Did you know that Savvy Training & Consulting offers webinars on timely topics for the legal industry throughout the year? In 2022, we offered 20 different webinars on skills that are critical for productivity in law firms

Existing Savvy subscribers can attend our webinars for free. Non-subscribers can attend for the low fee of $99, including the webinar recording after it’s over. We record all of our webinars and nonsubscribers can purchase them any time for $149. Current subscribers can find them in their LMS portal or simply request a copy.

Here are the webinar topics we covered in 2022:


  • Mail Merge
  • Table of Authorities, and Tips & Tricks
  • Surviving and Thriving with Styles
  • Tips for Working with Tables
  • Automation of Legal Pleading Paper Template
  • Multilevel List, Tips & Tricks


  • Timesaver Tips – Tales from the Trenches


  • Ten Tips & Tricks
  • How to Search


  • Creating a Timeline
  • Using a Worksheet to Track the Time of Witness Testimony
  • Using the Styles Group in the Ribbon


  • Kofax Power PDF Advanced: How to Create a Fillable Form


  • Tasks by Planner and To Do


  • Timelines

BEC Legal

  • Styles and Numbering

Microsoft 365

  • Microsoft Lists
  • Microsoft Lists: Formatting and Automate

If you visit this page and scroll to the bottom, you’ll see a list of topics from the past several years. (Pro tip: We load some of our past webinars and a bunch of tutorials on specific skills for the legal profession into the Savvy YouTubechannel, which you can access for free! Subscribe today!)

If you are looking to enhance productivity in your law firm, consider attending Savvy’s webinars in 2023. Sign up for our newsletter on the bottom of this page to receive alerts on all upcoming topics.We will soon be posting a bumper crop of new webinars for early 2023!


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