Smart Tech for Small Firms

Solo and small sized law firms must take a strategic approach to ensure they buy the right technology for their practice. When compared to larger law firms, solo and small firms have limited time and resources, so it’s crucial they find the sweet spot when selecting essential hardware and software.

In the upcoming CLE program from the ABA Law Practice Management Section (LPM), Buying Smart: Technology for Solos and Small Firms you will get expert advice on how to make ethical, smart, and budget-conscious technology decisions from the leading voices in legal technology.

From basic questions such as “Mac vs. PC” to factoring in ethical duties identified by the ABA Commission on Ethics 20/20, hosts John W. Simek, Vice President of Sensei Enterprises and Ross L. Kodner, Founder of MicroLaw, Inc. will help you make the most suitable technology decisions for your law practice.

Buying Smart: Technology for Solos and Small Firms
Co-Sponsored with ALI-CLE
Thursday, September 20, 2012
1:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. ET

Learning Objectives:

  • Mac vs. PC: Which solution is better for your practice
  • The holy trinity: Practice, document and financial systems for every small practice
  • How to secure your systems, network, and confidential client data
  • How to plan a phased approach for technology purchases
  • How to better use the systems you already have – sometimes “new” isn’t the right answer
  • Practice and connect anytime from any place – SmartPhones, tablets and remote access for every small firm
  • How to practice ethically and reliably, whether in the cloud, in your office or both
  • What are the new duties identified by the ABA Commission on Ethics 20/20 and how you can avoid “malpractice by technomistakes”

Use Code TSUMABA for $25 Off!

About Patrick Cary

Patrick Cary
Patrick Cary (@LawPracticeTips) is the Marketing Assistant for the ABA Law Practice Management Section (LPM), where he manages the Social Media presence for the Section, and works to increase and enhance LPM Section membership. Follow him on: Twitter | LinkedIn

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