On a scale of 1-5 (5 being the highest) rank your level of agreement with the statement: I use technology efficiently and effectively to improve my law practice.
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* Date: Thursday, June 24th, 2010
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Join Larry Port from Rocket Matter as he interviews Lee Rosen on How To Setup a Modern Law Practice and The Tech Tools You’ll Need.
Technology doesn’t have to be distracting, expensive, and annoying. It can streamline your operations, reduce costs, and make your practice stronger.
In this webinar, we’re going to dive in to the motivation for various tools, the problems they solve, and what technologies can help you not just waste time tinkering away, but what’s worth exploring to make life easier!
Join Lee and Larry as they wade through the hype and the hoopla and recommend sure-fire, tested tools to usher your practice into the modern age.
About Lee Rosen:
Lee Rosen began his legal career in 1987 and is the founder of the Rosen Law Firm. As Rosen’s Chief Executive Officer, Lee oversees strategic planning, staff development and fiscal management. Never idle, he has served as a Council member of the North Carolina Bar Association Family Law Section and Law Practice Management Section, as chairperson of several committees of the American Bar Association, and as editor of Family Forum, a publication of the North Carolina Bar Association. As if that weren’t enough, he serves as a member of the editorial board of the Family Advocate, the largest circulation family law publication in the country, and he is a legal advisor to the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges, which included working on the Model Code on Domestic Violence.
Lee also serves as Chairperson of the Law Practice Management Section of the North Carolina Bar Association. He is the recipient of the he recipient of the 2010 James I. Keane Award for his innovations in the use of technology throughout his law practice.
According to his website, when Lee “isn’t busy attending to his clients, writing articles, lecturing, flying, scuba diving, or canoeing, he eats lots of stewed collard greens, which he proclaims to be ‘the greatest food ever invented.'”