PDFing: A Lawyer’s Guide to Adobe Acrobat

Join us Friday, April 20 for PDFing: A Lawyer’s Guide to Adobe Acrobat with Barron Henley, lawyer and nationally recognized legal technologist.


OSB Center, Columbia Rooms A & B, 16037 SW Upper Boones Ferry Rd, Tigard, Oregon.


8:45 am – 12:00 pm.


$10 for live seminar or Webcast.

Program Description:

You have probably noticed that PDF files are everywhere and have become the file format of choice when trading documents with other lawyers and clients. Many courts now require that all pleadings be filed as PDFs and most governmental forms are available exclusively in PDF format. The master tool for PDFs is Adobe Acrobat; and while many lawyers own it, very few take advantage of its full capabilities. In this semi­nar, we’ll cover the basics and legal-specific features of Acrobat, such as metadata removal, redaction, PDF portfolios, bates numbering, routing PDFs for comments/feedback, and more. Learn how to apply document security, scan to PDF, and archive your e-mail as PDFs. You’ll also discover new ways to combine files to cre­ate trial notebooks, document binders and “deal” books.

How to Register:

Visit the PLF Web site and select “Upcoming Seminars” under the CLE/Loss Prevention heading.

I’ve heard Barron speak many times at the ABA’s annual TECHSHOW – you won’t be disappointed!  Keep in mind that space is limited for the live program, so if you prefer to attend in person, register early!

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