The TBA’s annual “Law Tech” seminar is back and better than ever. In the morning, you will learn about legal technology trends for 2009 and how to handle ethical dilemmas created by technology in this "age of Myspace.com and micro-recorders." Then, Rick Borstein, author of the well known blog, "Acrobat for Legal Professionals," will discuss how Adobe Acrobat can be used to improve your practice. In the afternoon, “PC” attorneys from small to mid-sized firms will enjoy a panel discussion regarding issues such as mobile security, data backup, and disaster planning. “Mac” attorneys, on the other hand, will be glad to know that Ben Stevens, publisher of the well known practice management blog, “The Mac Lawyer,”* has agreed to return to lead a panel discussion on Macs for Lawyers. Last but not least, Catherine Sanders Reach from the American Bar Association’s Legal Technology Resource Center, which publishes the popular Site-tation blog
, will discuss how to use standard technology and the latest "Web 2.0" resources to market your practice and work more effectively on projects with colleagues, clients, co-counsel and, yes, even opposing counsel. Lunch is included with the program, and door prizes will be awarded at the conclusion of the seminar.
** The Mac Lawyer was included in the 2008 ABA Journal Blawg 100 which lists the "100 best Web sites by lawyers, for lawyers, as chosen by the editors of the ABA Journal." SAVE MONEY:
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