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FREE Webinar: Solo & Small Firms -10 Ethics Red Flags You Need To Know

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Signup for a free webinar, hosted by MyCase, on June 27th, 2013 at 11am PDT / 2pm EDT. At the webinar, Carolyn Elefant and I will discuss the top ten ethical red flags your firm should consider when taking on new technology.

Covered topics will include:

  • Confidentiality and security considerations when using cloud and mobile solutions
  • Attorney-client relationships, advertising, and other challenges when using social and online platforms
  • Virtual law office ethical issues, such as avoiding the unauthorized practice of law
  • Escrow account issues, alternative billing, outsourcing, and more.

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The Presenters:

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  • Carolyn Elefant is the Founder and Principal Attorney with the Law Offices of Carolyn Elefant in Washington D.C. She is also an ABA-published author. She wrote “Solo By Choice” and is the co-author of “Social Media For Lawyers.”
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  • Nicole Black is an Attorney in Rochester, New York, the Business Development Director at MyCase, ABA-published author of “Cloud Computing For Lawyers” and co-author of “Social Media For Lawyers.”
 
CLE Accreditation Pending – MyCase is currently working with the California State Bar to be able to provide free CLE credit to webinar attendees.

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Withdrawing from PointOneLaw Because of my VP Position With MyCase

Yesterday I told you about my new position as Vice President of Business Development and Community Relations for MyCase, a company that offers a cloud-based law practice management platform.

Unfortunately, because of my new position, I am going to have to withdraw as a speaker from LexThink1. This is because only one person from any given company can speak at LexThink1 and Matt Spiegel, the CEO at MyCase, is also slated to speak.

I had the slide deck ready to go. My presentation was titled "Game, Set & Match: Serving Clients Better in the 21st Century" and I was going to discuss how tennis trusims can offer lessons for lawyers. You can view the slide deck below.

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I was really looking forward to speaking and greatly appreciate everyone's support in voting for my presentation. Nevertheless, I'm looking forward to attending and listening to some great presentations on the future of the legal profession and how lawyers can better serve their clients. Hope to see you there!

 

Nicole Black is the Vice President of Business Development and Community Relations at MyCase, a cloud-based law practice management platform. She is a Rochester, NY-based attorney and a GigaOM Pro Analyst. She is the author of the ABA book Cloud Computing for Lawyers, co-authors the ABA book Social Media for Lawyers: the Next Frontier, and co-authors Criminal Law in New York, a West-Thomson treatise. She is the founder of lawtechTalk.com and speaks regularly at conferences regarding the intersection of law and technology. She publishes four legal blogs and can be reached at nblack@nicoleblackesq.com.

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[VIDEO] My Keynote at the Lexis 2011 PMAC Conference

This is the keynote that I gave at the 2011 LexisNexis Practice Management Annual Conference in Orlando, Florida on September 22, 2011. In it I examine the roots of the rapid technological change beginning in 1995, with a particular focus on the last 6 years. I then explore how emerging technologies, including cloud computing, mobile computing and social media, are affecting the legal field and are changing the way that business is conducted. The video is about 41 minutes long.

 


Slides From My Keynote Last Week

Last week I spoke at the LexisNexis 2011 Practice Management Annual Conference, which was held in Orlando, Florida.

I discussed the evolution of technology since 1995, with a focus on mobile and Internet-based technology, including cloud computing and social media. I explained how these rapid changes, many of which have occurred in the last 6 years, are affecting the practice of law and why staying abreast of technology changes will help attorneys to better represent their clients.

You can view the slide show below. If you would like to view my speaker's notes as you navigate this slide deck, head over to the Slide Share website and click on the tab "Speaker Notes."

 

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