We’ve seen our usage and subscriptions increase dramatically as our customers transition to remote work. But when you’re incredibly busy, it can be a challenge to find the time to learn how to operate our award-winning litigation collaboration platform. That’s why we’re launching our free webinar series on making the most of CiteRight.
Ariel Nacson, our Chief Operating Officer and head of product will be demonstrating how to collaborate with your colleagues and generate court submissions with ease. Ariel has shown hundreds of lawyers how to get the most out of CiteRight, and now he’s available to you live and in real time, starting on April 21, 2020 at 12.00 p.m. ET.
Register now to learn all about the tools that will help you thrive in today’s changing litigation environment. Ariel will show you how easy it is to download, view, and cite legal cases directly inside Microsoft Word, so that everyone — including litigators, articling students, and practice support staff — has simple access to the documents they need to get their job done.
He’ll also walk you through automatically hyperlinking your citations and creating hyperlinked books of authorities, as well as customizing cross references in your books of authorities.
Because we know scheduling is a challenge these days, we’ll be offering the live webinars every two weeks. We’ll also make a pre-recorded webinar available on demand, so you can learn more about CiteRight when it’s convenient for you.
It’s just one of the many ways that we’re making it easy to master CiteRight. We’ve always offered best-in-class support via email and phone, and we now have another way you can reach us: by chatting directly in our web app. You can also consult our knowledge base, which includes articles on downloading sources, citing cases, and generating books of authorities. It’s available [say where and hyperlink].
About Ariel Nacson
Ariel is an experienced business analyst and software project manager. He loves puzzles and connecting the dots between process, people, and product. Prior to joining CiteRight, Ariel was a Senior Project Manager for a healthcare technology company, leading teams that brought major pharmaceutical software products to market. He has a B.A. in Psychology from Yeshiva University in New York City and an M.A. in Psychology and Research from The New School for Social Research, where he focused on management psychology and organizational efficiency.