Technology Can Make Your Practice More Efficient, Productive and Profitable
Location: Red Star Tavern Club Room, 503 SW Alder St., Portland
Do phrases like "going paperless," "cloud-based," and "convert to PDF" make you cringe? Don't be afraid! Instead, please join us for this technology panel. Following the presentation, stick around for a networking social and further discussion of technology tips and tricks.
Our panelists are Neal Weingart, a sole practitioner focusing on criminal defense and plaintiff-side civil matters; Robert Meyer, a sole practitioner specializing in plaintiff-side employment litigation, and Ashley Vaughn, a lawyer with a small firm primarily representing crime victims in criminal and civil litigation. Our moderator will be Drew Baumchen, a sole practitioner handling mostly criminal and regulatory matters, insurance law, and civil litigation.
This panel will discuss the pros and cons of several popular law-practice management software suites, including:
- Rocket Matter
- Alternatives to using all-in-one practice management software
The panel will discuss:
- Other software and applications that can help streamline your practice, including cloud-based data storage, security/encryption, and document-handling applications
- Small-office hardware and integration
- Going paperless: how much works for you and your practice?
While this workshop is intended to be presented in a collaborative, Q & A format, time constraints will prevent this from being a how-to session or addressing what if-type questions. We hope that the informal social to follow will present a better opportunity for discussion of more specific problems and issues. Our goal is to make other lawyers aware of some of the various types of technology and approaches for a modern small law practice.
Workshop: 3-4:30 pm
Social: 4:30-5:30 pm
The workshop registration fee is $20 for members and $60 for non-members.
Register online or print and return the registration form.