CLE# 2010-034: Technology and the Modern Law Office
3.0 General / 1.0 Ethics
Date: Thursday, September 9, 2010
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The evolution of a modern law office is challenging with all of the latest tools, applications and gadgets available. When will your office be ready to abandon the old ways and adopt some of the new processes in place to make your life easier? Do you really need to hire a “specialist” to do all the work for you or is it something that you can do yourself? Come to the program with all of your questions and be prepared to take home a world of knowledge.
Joseph Kashi, an attorney in Soldotna, Alaska. He received his Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees from MIT and his JD from Georgetown University Law School. He has written the legal technology column for the Alaska Bar Rag since the early 1990s and has published well in excess of 200 articles about legal technology since 1989.
David J. Bilinsky, a Practice Management Consultant, lawyer and advisor. He is a Fellow of the College of Law Practice Management and past Editor-in-Chief of ABA’s Law Practice Magazine. Dave’s mission in life is to empower lawyers to anticipate the changes, realize the opportunities, face the challenges and embrace the expanding possibilities of the application of practice management concepts to the practice of law in innovative ways that provide service excellence.
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Technology and the Practice of Law