"Very important information on how to get ahead of the curve in a crisis."
"Learning never exhausts the mind."
-Leonardo da Vinci
We are excited to offer a few options so that you and your organization can learn about crisis management using social media.
We have a range of offerings in hopes of meeting your needs and time available.
"The content was very interesting and a nice change from a strictly legal perspective."
"Good exchange between articulate, experienced, and knowledgeable speakers."
"I found the conversational format between two knowledgeable persons more appealing to me than a simple lecture."
"Good questioning by Sigalle that kept it moving and interesting."
Regardless of whether or not you are an attorney, you can benefit from watching this interview with our Chief Crisis Officer, Kade Dworkin, and Lawline's Director of CLE Programming, Sigalle Barness.
Topics that they cover include how large corporations and firms prepare for and handle events that have caught the public attention. Over the course of this one hour session Mr. Dworkin instructs you on how to become ready to face any number of crisis situations that you may face.
If you're an attorney, this course is CLE accredited in multiple states. Check the listing on Lawline's product page for eligibility.
If you're an marketing agency or other organization that wants us to create a custom course, we would love to speak with you! We can tailor our content and teaching styles to achieve the objectives that your organizations needs and the learning styles of your intended audience. Traditionally, it takes us 6 weeks in order to create a course from a fresh start if it includes video elements.
If you're interested in speaking with us, feel free to contact our founder, Kade, directly at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss current development timelines and cost.
Kade is extremely knowledgeable and a great communicator. My students always enjoy his presentations and I too learn something new from Kade every time he speaks. In addition to all of that, he is a very generous and sincerely nice guy.
-Dr. Bret Simmons, University of Nevada at Reno