Archive for September, 2009
On Thursday, October 8th, 2009 I’m going to be speaking at the “Social Media for Lawyers I” conference which is being held at New York Law School from 8-11 a.m. I’m also organizing a meetup that evening at 7–see below for details.
This conference offers a unique and highly targeted look at social media. A panel of legal experts who have become leaders in the social media arena will offer hands on sessions as well as leading sessions on the inherent risks, limitations and potential vulnerabilities and liabilities of these social media tools.
I’ll be speaking on this panel with Lisa Solomon: “6 Things Lawyers Need to Know About Social Media.
As a speaker, I’ve been authorized to offer my readers a 25% discount using this code: 20OAGEIA .
You can register for the conference here. Remember to use the discount code!
I’m also organizing a NYC legal professionals meetup on Oct 8, 2009, location to be determined by a native New Yorker, but it will be somewhere near the law school.
The fifth episode of lawtechTalk is now available.
This presentation will focus on three different types of online legal technologies. In it I’ll discuss the concept of “cloud computing” and explore the main features of each to help you figure out which will best meet your law firm’s needs.
This episode is a little over one hour long and is sponsored by the three companies featured in the screencast: VLOTech (a virtual law office platform), NKrypt (offers a secure, encrypted email network), and NetDocuments (online document management) and for a limited time, is available at no cost.
As a reader of my blog, you can simply click here to access this episode, instead of contacting me for information regarding how to access it.