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Interviews With Industry Experts
Barbara Leach, Managing Attorney, Barbara Leach Law, PL. and Liz McCausland, Owner, Liz McCausland, P.A. discuss their favorite technologies for solo and small law firms.
Melissa Koch, Of Counsel, Akerman, LLP, discuss the importance of encrypting your devices.
Andrew Legrand, Founder, Spera Law Group, LLC, discusses considerations to make when selecting a cloud storage provider.
Dario Diaz, Founder, The Law Office of Dario Diaz, P.A., answers the question, "What is metadata?"
Dario Diaz, Founder, The Law Office of Dario Diaz, P.A., discusses the importance of redacting documents. Dario also describes the necessary steps to redact documents using Adobe Acrobat.
Andrew Legrand, Founder, Spera Law Group, LLC, discusses considerations to make when selecting document automation software.
Austin Lindsey, Corporate Concierge at Ruby Receptionists, discusses the benefits to using a service like Ruby Receptionists to answer your firm's phones.
LAWYERS ADVISING LAWYERS
Lawyers Advising Lawyers (“LAL”) is a free service offered to all members of The Florida Bar who may need advice in a specific area of law, procedure, or other legal issue. Currently, the program consists of over 300 attorney advisors who volunteer to assist other members of The Florida Bar in this program. Advice is offered in over 50 areas of law and procedure. Each LAL attorney advisor is required to have a minimum of five years of experience in their respective area of advice.
The Lawyer Referral Service is a program of The Florida Bar that is designed to assist members of the public who can afford to pay a lawyer, but do not know how to find one. All panel members of the Lawyer Referral Service must be members in good standing of The Florida Bar, and must maintain professional liability insurance coverage of not less than $100,000.
The Florida Bar Podcast
Listen To The Latest Episode
Shanell Schuyler gives us some tips about attorney identity theft scams, what they look like, and what both lawyers and clients can do to prevent them.
About The Florida Bar Podcast
The Florida Bar Podcast is a monthly series brought to you by The Florida Bar's Practice Resource Institute and will feature esteemed leaders in law discussing new and innovative topics. Its purpose is to help members of The Florida Bar as well as attorneys from other states run better practices and provide better legal services to their clients.
More Episodes To Check Out
- Physical Security and Workplace Violence
- Certification through the BLSE
- Attorney Mental Health and Wellness
- Navigating Ethics and Advertising
- Year End Insurance Planning for Law Firms
- Bar Complaints: Understanding the Process and How to Avoid Them
- CRC 2017: The History and Process of Revising the Florida Constitution
Client disputes can be one of the most difficult things for law firms to deal with. They can be expensive, time consuming, and harmful to your reputation. What’s the best way to deal with client disputes?… Prevent them from happening in the first place! Join this webinar and learn 5 proven methods to avoid client disputes.
Webinar: 5 Ways to Avoid Client Disputes
When: Thursday, May 24; 2pm ET
Register: http://bit.ly/2rr6xIC to register or reserve your recording
Presenter: Erica Birstler, CosmoLex
Running a law practice on a sound financial footing is not easy to maintain. This session demonstrates 10 tips to help you keep your firm’s finances healthy and strong. Finance management & security is one area where every attorney cannot (literally) afford to take their eye off the ball.
Webinar: 10 Tips to Increase Law Firm Financial Security
When: Thursday, May 31; 2pm ET
Register: http://bit.ly/2rtgnK9 to register or reserve your recording
Presenter: Rick Kabra, CEO of CosmoLex
Wednesday, June 13 – Saturday, June 16
Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek and Waldorf Astoria Orlando
Join your colleagues and friends at the 68th Annual Florida Bar Convention June 13-16, at the Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek and Waldorf Astoria. Annual Convention provides the ultimate environment to network with colleagues, judges and friends. There will be many CLE opportunities, Section and Committee meetings, luncheons and special events including Judicial Luncheon, All Member Reception, Alumni Receptions and more! Make your Hotel reservation today and take advantage of our discounted group rates.
New This Year
- Health & Wellness Activities
- CLE Daily Pass
- Early Registration Fee until 5/25/18: $225
- Late Registration Fee after 5/25/18 until 6/4/18: $300
- After above dates, please regiter ONSITE
How to Register
View refund policy here: Annual Convention Refund Policy
Presented by professional career counselor Molly Paris
Meetings are each month on the 2nd Wednesday at 11 a.m. – 11:20 a.m.
FIRST COME FIRST SERVE UP TO 25 ATTENDEES.
If using a computer: sign on to https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/684399861
Use computer microphone, speakers, and video (if desired) or a headset.
If calling by phone: Dial (213) 493-0614
Use Access Code: 684-399-861
GoToMeeting app also available for iPhone®, iPad® or Android® devices.
For more information on the career counseling sessions offered by FLA, please see this article from the December 15, 2017 edition of the Bar News: FLA offers online career counseling
LEGAL WELLNESS RETREAT
Take your health and your mental well-being to another level at the Legal Wellness Retreat on July 18-20. Rejuvenate with eight hours of CLE on wellness in the peaceful mountains and charming towns of the Berkshires in Western Massachusetts. Members of The Florida Bar can attend the conference with a special coupon code which will give them $100 off attendance.