My friend and former colleague, Rob G., shared this poem with me from Legal IT
Professionals columnist, Jeffrey Brandt. It wonderfully “articulates the essence of legal IT
training” as Rob put it, and I agree:
For Want of a Trainer
For want of a trainer, the skill was lost.
For want of a skill, the application was lost.
For want of an application, the document was lost.
For want of a document, the matter was lost.
For want of a matter, the client was lost.
For want of a client, the law firm was lost.
And all for the want of a trainer.