[Webinar] Paperless Law Office Primer: 2017 Edition
Higher productivity, faster client response, improved mobility and access, savings from reduced storage space and printing costs, increased security of documents and files…The benefits of a paperless office are many. Yet surveys show that the legal profession is one of the most resistant to a paper-free or less-paper environment.
Now is a good time to plan for a paperless law office in the new year.
Converting your firm to a paperless operation is not as overwhelming or as complicated as you think. With the decline in paper usage along with rise in digital consumption and mobile devices, you’re already on your way without even trying. But you’ll need to formalize the processes.
In this 40-minute session we’ll cover essential tools, protocols, and workflows to start and maintain a paperless office. You will hear from one lawyer who took his firm paperless and the process the firm went through, and from another small-firm attorney, on best practices for naming and storing digital files so you can easily find and retrieve them. We’ll wrap up with must-have tools and applications for every paperless law office.
When: Tuesday, December 20, 2016 12:00 PM – 12:40 PM ET
Andrew S. Kucera practices real estate/business law, estate planning, and elder law in Fresno, CA. Mr. Kucera is admitted to practice in all California courts, and in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of California. Mr. Kucera is also an Adjunct Professor of Law at San Joaquin College of Law in Clovis, CA. In 2014, he received the Adjunct Faculty of the Year award.
Ivy Grey is a Senior Attorney at Griffin Hamersky LLP. She’s been named as a Rising Star in the New York Metro Area three years in a row. Ms. Grey is the author of American Legal Style for PerfectIt, which is a proofreading and editing program for lawyers.
Tim Baran is the content director for Rocket Matter and editor of the Legal Productivity blog. He’s engaged in improving the management and delivery of legal services and access to justice. Tim is the author of Evernote for Lawyers and was named to the 2016 Fastcase 50 honoring the law’s techies, visionaries, and leaders.