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This basic-to-intermediate level seminar is designed for: Attorneys, Office Administrators, Legal team managers, Paralegals, Legal Assistants
Going Paperless and Beyond: Attorney's Guide to a Mobile Law Practice
The Best Tools and Techniques for Maintaining a Successful Practice
New tech tools and solutions now allow a law practice to go paperless naturally, without putting excessive strain on everyday operations. The transition is not without a hurdle or two, however. Find out what types of software and organizational techniques will help you transition without loss of productivity. This practical guide will help you make certain all special attorney record-keeping rules and confidentiality concerns are taken into account. Get the latest efficiency tips for your law office on the go, and save time and money with a more streamlined and environmentally conscious legal practice - register today!
Simplify the transition to paperless (and beyond) for both you and your legal team members.
Learn how to make the most of your SaaS cloud computing and make sure your data is secure.
Get an objective review of other current legal tech solutions to make sure they help - not hinder - productivity.
Manage digital case files to reduce the risk of suits and sanctions.
Fulfill your ethics credit requirement and get real-life compliance tips.
What You Need to Get Started - Updating Hardware and Way of Thinking 9:00-9:35,
Randall B. Bateman
Equipment: Scanners, Software, Storage, etc.
Tips for Getting All Team Members on Board
Helpful Resources on Going Paperless
Decision-Making in Updating Equipment and Software for Existing Paperless Practice
Eliminating Any Other "Resistance to Change" Issues
What to Do With Your Back-Stock of Hard Copy Documents 9:35-10:05, Randall B. Bateman
Deciding What to Retain and What to Destroy
When to Return Original Documents to the Client
File Organization Strategies During Bulk Digitization
Determining the Best File Format for Each Document
Document Naming and Storage
Prioritizing Files for Easy Access
Handling Incoming Hard Copy Documents 10:05-10:40, Randall B. Bateman
Arranging Your Work Flow Around Digital Documents
Handling Incoming/Outgoing Paper
Authenticating Documents as They Arrive
What is to be Done with the Original Document?
Automatizing Bates Stamping
Tips for Keeping Digital Information in Digital Form
Creating and Working with Digital Signatures
Fax to E-mail Conversion
Working with PDFs: Mastering Adobe 10:55-11:30,
Jared L. Cherry
Working with PDFs: Practical Tips and Shortcuts
Adobe Suite: Personal vs. Professional
Key Features of Adobe Versions 10 and 11
Editing PDFs: Date Stamping, Redacting, Tracking Changes, Conversions, Combining PDFs
Data Storage and Security - Internal and Third-Party 11:30-12:05, Jared L. Cherry
Neutral Grounds Options that Don't Jeopardize Confidentiality
Office Sharing, Home Office and Other Alternative Arrangements
The Best Apps, Tools and Tricks for the Mobile Attorney 2:55-3:30, Lincoln Mead
Mobile Device Comparison: Which is Best for Attorneys?
Apps: Who Has the Greatest Selection for Lawyers?
Top Legal Software for Tablets, Smartphones
Legal Research and Presentation Tools
Time and Business Management
Communicating with Clients (Email, Call Screening, Voice-to-Text Technology)
Time- and Task-Tracking
Navigation and Travel Assistance
Money Matters on the Go (Paying and Charging, Receipt Capture, Billing and Expense Tracking)
Word Processing and File Sharing
Mobile Legal Marketing: Your Firm's Mobile Website
Legal Ethics Update 3:30-4:30,
J. Brady Brammer and John A. Snow
Mobile Device Use and Client Confidentiality
Ethical E-Mail Practices
Attorney Duties to Nonclients Online
Virtual Law Office - Ethical Guidance
Client Access to the File
*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.
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