This May, come help us make a difference in still-recovering Puerto Rico, and experience a focused, skill-building, two-day LegalServer training.

The training will be held in person on May 3rd and May 4th, 2018, in San Juan, Puerto Rico, and is designed to provide focused training time for new and experienced LegalServer administrators. Register now to reserve your spot.

Bar Association of Puerto Rico

Learn and Give at the Same Time

Attendees may optionally workshop specific LegalServer/recommended processes with our friends at Servicios Legales de Puerto Rico for a half day on the morning of Friday, May 4.

Register For The Event Now

Training Plan

We will circulate a final agenda on March 30th, 2018. We will also reach out to registrants for your feedback on our classes.

Current Training Opportunities in San Juan
  • New Tools and Enhancements
  • Deep Dive into Online Intake
  • Preview of the upcoming Guided Navigation Tool
  • Admin Tools
  • Workshop - Advanced Problem Solving Breakout
  • Process Management and Branch Logic
  • Reports
  • Help and Learn Workshop
  • Advanced Report Writing
  • Opportunities for APIs

There will be two breakout sessions to address the specific needs and desires of advanced users, and brand-new administrators are welcome.

Our partners at the University of Puerto Rico and Servicios Legales de Puerto Rico worked hard to help us with a training space, given the shuffling that has had to be done with classes and other events after the hurricane. We have a great space, and a backup space reserved!

Lodging

Attendees are responsible for booking their own lodging. We suggest staying in the Miramar section of San Juan, due to its close proximity to the training site.

There are lots of hotels near the Bar Association, and our friends in Puerto Rico say that many AirBnBs are available because of people temporarily leaving PR while hurricane recovery continues.

Example hotels in Miramar, San Juan:

They are all walking distance to Colegio de Abogados and accessible via public transportation.

Reserve Your Spot Now

Many thanks to Juan Ocasio Bemonte of SLPR and Maria Jimenez of the University of Puerto Rico!