Have you ever quantified your mindset towards technology within your law practice? Looking into your Legal Technology Mindset may prove to be one of the most valuable exercises you do this year. Whether or not you are conscious of its impact, your overall mindset towards technology within your law practice makes a significant impact on your bottom line. It could very well make the difference between being profitable or not.
Ronnie Morton, Esq.
Lawyers are busy practicing law. So busy, sometimes, that it makes more sense to automate their marketing and client education. Ronnie Morton is going to share the tools he uses in his practice that automate the generation of new client matters, as well as pre-educating clients prior to meeting with the lawyer. This is a can’t miss session.
Evan Kline, Esq.
Learning how to be a mobile road-warrior used to be the domain of business travelers. However, most lawyers today use laptops instead of desktops, and they carry iPads that are more powerful that what controlled the nuclear warheads in the ‘80s. In essence, we’re all mobile warriors today. This session will up- level your mobile game so that you are able to be efficient at document production, specifically production of documents that are error-free and effective.
David Bitton/Larry Port/Amin Rahmani
This session will be a panel discussion about what goes into an effective CRM solution. First, you will learn what information must be managed and collected. You will also learn how to leverage that information to stay on the right side of malpractice claims. Come learn from the experts that design the systems the lawyers know and love. Panelists include Rocket Matter CEO, Larry Port, Practice Panther CEO, David Bitton and Marketcircle's Amin Rahmani.
Julianna Maria, Medina Law Group COO
Most lawyers get very little training in how to manage employees. In fact, what passes for management is often little more than adoption and drive-by delegation. In this session, you’ll learn how to identify top employees in the interview process. Then, you will learn how to put a training process in place to develop and grow new employees into lifetime team players. Successful management of staff and team members will help you grow your practice and better serve your clients.
Mark Metzger, Esq.
People learn different ways, and more and more, video is being used to communicate your ideas, issues related to your case and arguments you want to make. However, the old school of thought says that video is hard to produce and expensive. This session will show you how to produce usable video in a way that is inexpensive, efficient, and effective.
Barney Christianson, Q.C.
The number one complaint from clients filing a grievance is lack of communication. Sounds simple, but lawyers make this mistake over and over. There are many other ways to avoid a claim, and in this session, you’ll learn what do to and how to do it to avoid receiving a malpractice claim.
Ted Kionka, Esq.
Brett Burney, Esq.
As attorneys, we are expected to create word processing documents as part of the contacts we write and briefs that we filed. The gold standard for these programs is Microsoft Word. This session will give you 20 Practical Tips on how to use Microsoft Word to improve your practice.
Katie Floyd, Esq.
For most Mac-using attorneys, they are beyond the simple steps of turning on the computer. But, there are still some tips on using the Mac computer that will help them be better lawyers, both in the way they practice law, as well as to their effectiveness for managing their business. Katie Floyd is a Mac-expert and will share tips that will bring your game to the next level.
Steve Riley, Esq.
Most lawyer bill on the basis of time, however, very few of them receive any training on how to be an effective lawyer with your time. This session will cover one of the four pillars of building a successful law practice: time management. You will learn practical tools for managing your time and attention that will help you build a more effective and profitable law firm.
- Victor Medina, Esq.