This Friday I’ll be speaking at an all day seminar for the Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (FACDL) called The Practice III. The title of the talk: “Online Practice Management in the 21st Century.”
Brian Tannebaum, FACDL President, is organizing the conference, and I can tell the conference is going to be great for the attendees because it’s going to be great for the speakers. Brian has thrown down the gauntlet, challenging us to challenge the attendees, and requesting that we confront conventional wisdom. It’s a position we love to be in, disrupting the old, starchy, and inefficient business practices of most small law firms.
It’s almost like Brian attended Matt Homann’s keynote address at ACLEA this year on creating more engaging CLE.
My presentation will be a blend of cloud computing information, legal project management techniques, and best business practices based which we discuss on this blog and also presented at Virtual LegalTech and other venues. To get a sense of where the content is headed, take a look at my slideshows Running An Efficient And Error Free Law Firm and Understanding Cloud Computing for Legal Professionals.