Pricing for Value or Value Pricing – What is the difference and how do you do it?

$66.00 $44.00 $40.00

Here has been a lot of talk about Value Pricing.  This very practical session will give you an overview of the changes necessary to make pricing changes a reality.

Recorded March 2017

Product Description

Key Learning Outcomes

  • Overview on pricing methods
  • Difference between pricing models
  • Value Pricing from a client perspective
  • Methods for implementing Value Pricing



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About your Speaker

Liz’s background is as a litigator, in particular Costs Law.  Liz is accredited in Costs Law, and has a Diploma in Law Practice Management and certification in Legal Project Management.

Liz consults to government and corporate legal departments on best practices in legal department management.  A main focus is legal spend management, utilising legal project management principles and developing clients as Informed Purchasers of legal services.  She regularly presents workshops on legal spend management and legal project management in Australia, the UK and the USA.

Further Information

This one hour seminar = 1 CPD unit for one fee earner only. Please contact us if you require other fee earners in your firm to watch and record this a part of their CPD requirements (additional charges will apply).

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