LTC4 is a non-profit organization. An unprecedented international collaboration of 95 volunteers constructed and peer-reviewed the 9 Core Competency Learning Plans. Since it began in 2010 LTC4 has grown in scope and stature and is now recognized as the industry standard for technology skills certification. Each Plan contains two paths: one defining attorney core competencies, one for support staff. Each is flexible enough to be applied to any application and adapted to specific firm policies.
Burges Salmon's digital academy boosts tech skills
Independent UK law firm Burges Salmon has just been crowned the RollOnFriday ‘Best Law Firm to Work at 2022’ That in itself is a great achievement and is reflected in their dedication to improving the skills of their people.
The firm has always recognised the importance of keeping people at the centre of its solutions, the need to build an innovation culture and the significance of upskilling. They have invested in training over the years, however it was clear they wanted to innovate further particularly given the increasing importance of digital skills. They wanted to provide relevant training for everyone across the business, enable training at point of need, and ensure it was accessible particularly in a hybrid way.
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