Webinar on How to Run a Paperless Law Office + Chance to Win a Fujitsu ScanSnap!
You know how much time and effort goes into maintaining your paper files? Those days are over for many, and can be over for you too!
This webinar is sponsored by Rocket Matter and Fujitsu and is free to attend. Plus, we’ll be raffling off a ScanSnap S300 to a lucky attendee! Fujitsu scanners are considered the best, and we thank our friends there for this exciting promotion.
Date: Thursday, September 24th, 2009
Time: 12PM – 1PM EST
Space is limited! Click here to reserve your Webinar seat.
Rocket Matter and Fujistu are proud to host a free webinar on How to Become Paperless, hosted by Ernie Svenson and Dane Ciolino.
Lawyers are increasingly challenged to keep track of information that is growing at unprecedented rates. The emergence of digital information has only served to increase that challenge. Lawyers are learning that processing information stored in paper is costly, cumbersome and exceedingly inefficient. The solution is to transition to a paperless practice, which is challenging—but not as challenging as trying to manage both paper and digital information.
What You’ll Learn:
- You’ll discover which paperless transition strategies work, and why.
- You’ll find out how to create and use digital signatures.
- You’ll understand what you can do now to start processing digital information faster and more reliably.
- For those of you on Twitter, follow our conversation with the hashtag “#rmwebinar”!
Your hosts will be practitioners Ernie Svenson and Dane Ciolino:
Ernie Svenson is a solo practitioner in New Orleans, Louisiana who started the well-known ‘Ernie the Attorney‘ blog in 2002. Shortly after that he also started ‘PDF for Lawyers‘ to provide tips on how attorneys can use PDFs in the practice of law. He has been completely paperless since 2000, and since then has taught many legal seminars on how to make the transition to a completely digital workflow.
Dane S. Ciolino serves as the Alvin R. Christovich Distinguished
Professor of Law at Loyola University New Orleans College of Law. His
current scholarly and teaching interests at Loyola include
Professional Responsibility, Criminal Law and Contracts.
Professor Ciolino graduated cum laude from Rhodes College in 1985, and
magna cum laude from Tulane Law School in 1988, where he was inducted
into Order of the Coif and selected as Editor in Chief of the Tulane
Law Review. After graduation, he clerked for the United States
District Court, Eastern District of Louisiana, and practiced law at
Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP in New York City, and Stone Pigman Walther
Wittmann LLC, in New Orleans. Since joining the faculty at Loyola,
Professor Ciolino has served as reporter to the Louisiana State Bar
Association Ethics 2000 Committee, as chairperson of a Louisiana
Attorney Disciplinary Board Hearing Committee, and as a member of the
following Louisiana State Bar Association committees: the
Professionalism Committee, the Lawyer & Judicial Codes of Conduct
Committee, and the Ethics Advisory Service Committee.
Together, Ernie and Dane have started a company called ‘DigitalWorkflow CLE’ to teach lawyers everything about becoming paperless. Their website is atwww.digitalworkflowCLE.com.