Traveling Coaches LegalMind 3.0 Enables Continuous Learning in Law Firms
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TC logoTraveling Coaches announced the newest version of the LegalMind® continuous learning solution. LegalMind 3.0 introduces a modern and intuitive interface with new capabilities to streamline employee onboarding, manage skill assessments and automate compliance verification.

An award-winning innovator in the areas of user adoption and learning development, Traveling Coaches has long been the strategic partner for law firms seeking to increase the return on their technology investments. Launched in 2016, LegalMind is the company’s continuous learning solution featuring a variety of legal-specific content and formats to enable people to learn the way they learn best – when, where and how they want. After nearly two years of research, focus groups, live demonstrations and other information gathering, the solution has been retooled and reborn as LegalMind 3.0.

“We’re proud to bring this new version of LegalMind to market. We’ve been developing micro-learning and are excited about the possibilities of things like gamification, announcements and dashboards to enhance the learning experience,” said Cindy Mitchell, Director of Product Development at Traveling Coaches. “Today’s learner has high expectations for finding exactly what they need quickly and easily ─ think of something similar to YouTube. LegalMind 3.0 has received tremendous feedback from focus groups and existing clients about the intuitive user interface and advanced administrative capabilities.”

LegalMind includes over 3,000 courses that can be combined into blended learning experiences consisting of videos, quick-step cards, knowledge checks, in-person and virtual courses, and simulations. Subjects range from communication to business development, client service delivery to problem-solving, and professional development to legal-specific technology. Learning plan templates for employee onboarding, skills gap mitigation and security awareness compliance make it possible to present consistent, compelling and effective learning programs to staff and lawyers alike.


LegalMind 3.0 increases learner engagement by introducing gamification with points, credits, badges, leaderboards and certificates. By making learning not only short, but also fun, LegalMind encourages continuous improvement and rewards personal development. 

Reporting has also been enhanced in the newest version of LegalMind. Human Resources, Information Security, Professional Development, supervisors and other stakeholders have access to dashboards and reports to manage talent development, track compliance and analyze skill development programs. A new mobile app enables learners to stay connected from trains, planes and automobiles.

Gina Buser, founder and CEO of Traveling Coaches, said, “A longstanding challenge we’re trying to address with LegalMind 3.0 is the disconnect among the various departments in a law firm that have learning and development goals. They need a way to track and report on continuing education and compliance. They need one place where people go when they ask themselves ‘How do I…?’ LegalMind is that place.”

About Traveling Coaches

Traveling Coaches is the legal industry’s most experienced and preferred partner for gaining user adoption of technology and the International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) 2012 Consultant of the Year and Vendor Thought Leader of the Year as well as the 2013 Innovative Solution Provider. Since 1995, over 1,000 law firms and corporate legal departments have partnered with us to increase return on technology investments through our proven change management and user experience programs.


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