Although New York introduced e-filing way back in 1999, it didn’t become a mandatory practice until 2010. Because of this, lawyers are still trying to find better ways to utilize this technology and implement it in their practices.
E-filing into NYSCEF is a huge step forward for allowing attorneys to work and e-file from anywhere while cutting costs. However, if you aren’t using the right kind of practice management software, you end up doing more work by rekeying client and case information, converting documents to PDF, saving and uploading documents, and making sure you manually track your costs and time.
Why take advantage of technology if it doesn’t help you practice law more efficiently and effectively? In New York E-Filing II, you’ll discover how to keep all of your client information, matters, documents, emails, and billing information in one place and use them to simplify the e-filing process.
- Effectively implementing a practice management software in boutique law firms
- Understanding e-filing requirements in New York
- How to reduce errors in e-filing by simplifying the e-filing process
- How to integrate e-filing with your practice management software
Natasha Malinsky – Boutique Law Firm Practice Management Specialist at LEAP
Natasha is a Boutique Law Firm Practice Management Specialist with LEAP. Natasha has been assisting small law firms throughout the state of New York for several years. Natasha understands the struggles of running a business and enjoys working with other small businesses to increase efficiency and profitability.
Eunbin Rii – VP of Product Development at InfoTrack
Eunbin Rii is the Vice President of Product Development at InfoTrack, an E-filing software solution. Eunbin has also served as Litigation Counsel for ARDC, the Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission of the Supreme Court of Illinois, investigating and prosecuting attorneys for professional misconduct. Eunbin received his JD cum laude from Loyola University Chicago School of Law.