The Busy Attorney's Toolkit to "Mobile" Success Legal Attorney's Seminar
In this profession, it is no longer an option to resist going mobile. Your schedule is hectic, your caseload is at its max, and communicating with your clients can be, to say the least, challenging. In the mobile “sea” of smartphones, tablets and notepads, it's difficult to know which apps and online tools best suit your “mobile” lifestyle. This handy “toolkit” is designed specifically for attorneys and is filled with step-by-step descriptions, search tips, usage advice and countless screenshots that detail the “how” of using apps and Google functions to your benefit. Lower your office expenses, increase your productivity, and make clients happy with these best-kept secrets for your smartphone, tablet and/or PC that every attorney can use, no matter what his or her technology skill level is. Register today!
- Explore apps to turn your smartphone and/or tablet into a mobile law office.
- Better communicate with clients by using mobile technology.
- Uncover the latest and greatest Google secrets for attorneys.
- Bill clients and track expenses easily while on the go.
- Get organized and up to date with free and cheap calendars, schedules, trial presentation tools and time trackers.
- Understand ethical considerations of going mobile.
- Mobile Devices: A Side-by-Side Comparison of Smartphones, Tablets, and Laptops
9:00 - 9:45, Panel Discussion with All Faculty
Moderator: Paul G. Henry
- Android vs iPad Tablets
- Android vs. iPhone Smartphones
- Other Handy Hardware
- Top Mobile Apps for the Lawyer
9:45 - 10:15, Paul L. Knobbe
- Easy-to-Use Mobile Law Libraries, Legal Dictionaries, Law Books, Forums, and Legal References
- Legal Research
- U.S. Supreme Court Cases and Federal and State Rules at Your Fingertips
- Business Apps
- Jury Selection and Trial Presentation Tools Available for Tablets
10:30 - 11:00, Paul L. Knobbe
- Identify Key Jurors, Simplify Jury Observation and Standardize Notes and Responses
- Conduct Voir Dire Effectively
- Draft Deposition Questions and Legal Pleadings
- Organize and Create Case Presentations with Easy-to-Use Diagrams, Charts and Sketches for Trial
- Mobile Transcript Apps
- Time and Business Management
11:00 - 11:45, Christopher J. Doskocil
- Communicating with Clients
- Meeting Face-to-Face vs. Electronic Communications
- Time Savers for Lawyers
- Create and Save Notes, Images and Recordings on-the-Move
- Manage Your Schedule and Track Time
- Access Your Files, Documents and Images Remotely
- Manage Money on the Go
- Easily Bill Clients and Track Business Expenses
- Word Processing and File Sharing
12:45 - 1:30, Kirk A. Damman
- Store, View and Transfer Documents, PDFs and Images Easily
- Microsoft Office Suite Options for Your Smartphone and/or Notepad
- Handwrite Documents With Online Legal Notepads
- Free Google Tools
1:30 - 2:30, Paul G. Henry
- Google Apps
- Google Calendar
- Google Docs
- Google Sites
- Google Translate
- Google Scholar
- Google Maps
- ….and More!
- Mobile Marketing for Attorneys
2:45 - 3:30, Timothy E. Grochocinski
- Use Google Analytics to Determine if Your Law Firm is Ready for a Mobile Website
- Develop a Mobile Website: The First Steps to Take
- How to Create Your own Smartphone App
- Ethical Considerations of Going Mobile
3:30 - 4:30, Timothy E. Grochocinski
- Confidential Communications With Clients in Public
- Top Devices, Software and Passwords to Protect Data and Prevent File Loss
- Remote Wiping
- Anti-Virus and Anti-Malware Software
- What to do if You Get “Hacked”
- Device and/or File Loss: How to Prevent This from Happening
*Any mention of specific products in this program is intended as part of a general overview and does not constitute NBI's endorsement or recommendation of any specific product or provider. This program is not sponsored by any technology or electronics provider.
**Applications presented above may not be accessible on some makes and models of mobile devices.
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