2016’s Best Law Firm Technology, Software and Tools

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cpdlogoBy Sarah Rider
CPD Program Coordinator, Law Society of Saskatchewan

Today’s lawyer is expected to use technology more than ever in their practice. Email, electronic case filing, electronic exchange of documents and storage and privacy concerns can be a constant source of frustration. In the “2016’s Best Law Firm Technology, Software and Tools” Seminar presented by renowned presenter Barron Henley, attendees will learn how to recognize, manage and overcome these challenges to maintain a successful practice in the technological age.

Technology has fundamentally changed the way lawyers draft documents, gather and manage case information, conduct research, communicate, and render services. In spite of these changes, many still manage paper today the same way it was done 50 years ago. It’s time to upgrade that approach.

What you will learn:

  • Ways to improve your practice while making it easier
  • Solve your office technology problems
  • Hear tips that will enable you to:
  • Work more efficiently
  • Find things more easily
  • Create better documents
  • Protect client data

Barron K. Henley is one of the most popular CLE instructors in North America and an expert on technology solutions for lawyers. He is one of the managing partners of Affinity Consulting Group LLC based in Columbus, Ohio, which has provided legal technology consulting to more than 500 law firms continent-wide. He is an attorney with over 15 years’ experience in legal technology and teaches continuing legal education throughout Canada and the U.S. covering practice management, document management, file management, mobile lawyering, scanning and paper reduction strategies, electronic case filing, malpractice avoidance and many other topics.

Sign up for this one-day seminar for 6.0 CPD hours (3 of which qualifies as Ethics):

  • May 3, 2016 – Saskatoon
  • May 4, 2016 – Regina

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