Law Practice Management: The Best Apps, Tools and Tricks for the Mobile Attorney
Live Webinar: Thursday, August 9, 2018
10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Central / 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Eastern
WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: There are plenty of tools available to help attorneys boost productivity, but not all tools are created equal. Join this webinar to learn about the most effective tools and mobile apps for attorneys to increase productivity and accuracy for their clients.
Are you taking advantage of the latest technology that will save you time and make recurring job-related tasks quicker and easier to perform? Chances are, if you're still manually performing aspects of your job (or using outdated computer programs), there are more efficient (and in many cases, also more accurate) technological solutions out there for you—and for your clients! Don't get stuck doing things the old way while your competition reaps the benefits of modern tools and apps!
Join us on August 9, 2018, when Eliza Fink will host a session packed with information about options for attorneys looking to make their job easier by taking advantage of mobile solutions.
You will learn about:
- Mobile Device Comparison: Which is Best for Attorneys?
- Who Has the Greatest App Selection for Lawyers
- Top Legal Software for Tablets, Smartphones
- Legal Research and Presentation Tools
- Time and Business Management
- Communicating with Clients (Email, Call Screening, Voice-to-Text Technology)
- Time- and Task-Tracking
- Navigation and Travel Assistance
- Money Matters on the Go (Paying and Charging, Receipt Capture, Billing and Expense Tracking)
- Word Processing and File Sharing
- Mobile Legal Marketing: Your Firm's Mobile Website
About Your Presenter:
University of Tennessee
Eliza Fink is the digital resources and services librarian at the University of Tennessee College of Law. Her primary responsibility there is to support the college’s research and teaching endeavors by managing and promoting the law library’s electronic resources and participating in the planning and teaching of legal research. After becoming licensed to practice law in Tennessee in October 2010, Ms. Fink worked as a solo practitioner attorney, serving indigent clients in both criminal and civil matters. However, she soon realized the library was her calling and returned to higher education to pursue a Master’s in Library and Information Science. Ms. Fink is a member of the Knoxville Bar Association and the American Association of Law Libraries.