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I'm thrilled to announce that I've joined the faculty at Solo Practice University™,
a web-based educational community that will help you learn about the
one thing that most law schools fail to teach: the "practice of law."
At Solo Practice University™ I'll be teaching a course about web productivity and organization for lawyers.
marriage of law and technology is a passion of mine and I've been
fascinated by technology and computers for as long as I can remember.
My love affair with computers began in the early 1980s with the
TRS-80. I learned how to use the BASIC programming language and from
that point on I was hooked.
My freshman year in college, I took a
computer programming class and for my final project created the game
"Mastermind" using the Pascal programming language.I was really proud
of that project.
In 1995, the fabulous World Wide Web was revealed to me. Things have never been the same since.
began blogging in 2005 and currently publish 4 blogs. I am a social
media enthusiast and am addicted to discovering and exploring the
latest Web 2.0 web applications.
I find the intersection of
law and technology to be particularly fascinating and am doing all that
I can to facilitate the fusion of these two seemingly reluctant soul
I look forward to teaching my fellow legal professionals about Web 2.0
technologies and how emerging technologies can simplify the practice of
Another reason I'm so excited about my faculty position at
Solo Practice University™ is that it perfectly complements a new business
venture I'm in the process of launching--lawtechTalk. lawtechTalk will
consist of webinars about the use of emerging Web 2.0 applications in
your law practice.
The practice of law and technology are both fascinating fields. I look forward to exploring them with you!