When: January 26, 2012, 12:00PM – 1:00PM, EST
Speaker: Donna Seyle, Law Practice Stragtegy
Solo and small firm lawyers can level the playing field with both big law and the legal services industry by expanding their legal services delivery methods while ensuring the success and sustainability of their practices. Technology enables lawyers to provide competent representation at an affordable cost to clients without sacrificing their bottom line.
Join us and learn how to use cost-effective 2.0 technology, project management principles, and alternative fee agreements to start and grow your practice with efficiency in our evolving legal marketplace.
Donna Seyle is an attorney, blogger and Founder of Law Practice Strategy, an information center dedicated to the future of law practice and legal technology, focusing on the needs of solos and small firms. Donna is a member of the ABA-LPM’s eLawyering Task Force Committee, where she works with virtual law practice thought leaders on innovative uses of cloud technology for solos and small firms, and to improve access to justice. In addition, she is a member of the State Bar of California’s Executive Committee on Law Practice Management & Technology section, where she chairs the sub-committee for the section’s bi-monthly ezine. She is author of the recently-published book, Law Practice Strategy: Creating a New Business Model for Solos and Small Firms.