Faculty Profile: Lori Gonzalez

Lori GonzalezThe RayNa Corporation
Previous Courses Taught (29)
  • Creditors Practice Annual Forum 2020
  • Working From Home is More Than a Laptop and Cell Phone: Navigating the Pandemic
  • General CLE: Clio Document Automation
  • I am SOLO: What’s Next for The Solo Practice? (Online Version)
  • Obtaining Medical Records: A Necessary Evil
  • Tennessee Fall FastTrack CLE Nashville
  • Seven New Things to Know if You Are Your Own Secretary
  • Corporate Counsel: Legal Technology and Productivity Software
  • Go Solo: Review of Cost Effective Tech Tools and CSM Software
  • I am SOLO: What’s Next for The Solo Practice? (Online Version)
  • I am SOLO: What’s Next for The Solo Practice?
  • Obtaining Medical Records: A Necessary Evil
  • Seven New Things to Know if You Are Your Own Secretary
  • Corporate Counsel Forum 2017
  • Obtaining Medical Records: A Necessary Evil
  • Law Tech 2016: Office Productivity Tools for Lawyers
  • I am SOLO: Time to Kick it UP a Notch
  • General Practice 2015: Court Appointments and Getting Paid
  • Saturday Ethics Program 2016: Got Coffee?
  • Tennessee Bar Association Nashville Annual CLE [15 Hours]
  • Law Tech UnConference 2016
  • Court Square Series 2015 in Cookeville
  • Saturday Ethics Program 2015... Got Coffee?
  • Tennessee Bar Association Annual CLE [15 Hours]
  • 10 Things You Should Know If You are Your Own Secretary
  • Law Tech UnConference 2015
  • How to Train Your Legal Support Staff
  • Billing Do’s and Don’ts for Solo and Small Firms
  • General Practice Summit 2014: Nashville
Biography

Lori Gonzalez is legal tech lover, process nerd and promotor of access to justice. She founded The RayNa Corporation – a medical record retrieval company that also focuses on helping lawyers find lost time. She focuses her energy on testing, using and improving legal tech, as well as, process and efficiency improvement. She is a frequent speaker at state and local bar associations, presents at national conferences and facilitates staff trainings for firms. Her service includes the Tennessee Access for Justice Commission’s Pro Bono Committee, an organizer of the Music City Legal Hackers and creating new tools for access to justice with Code for America’s Nashville brigade.  She served on the State Bar of California’s Access Through Innovation of Legal Services Task Force and is currently serving on the advisory board for the University of Las Vegas - William S. Boyd School of Law’s Tech and Innovation Initiative.