On Friday, April 20 the PLF is offering two stellar CLE programs featuring Barron Henley, lawyer and nationally recognized legal technologist. The morning session, PDFing: A Lawyer’s Guide to Adobe Acrobat, will be held from 8:45 am to 12:00 pm. In the afternoon, Barron will present Law Office Paper Reduction and document Management: Strategies that Work. Here are the details:
OSB Center, Columbia Rooms A & B, 16037 SW Upper Boones Ferry Rd, Tigard, Oregon.
1:15 – 4:30 pm.
$10 for live seminar or Webcast. (Please note that registration for Law Office Paper Reduction and document Management: Strategies that Work is separate from PDFing: A Lawyer’s Guide to Adobe Acrobat. If you wish to attend both programs, mark your registration form accordingly or sign up using each program’s Webcast link.)
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 of us still manage paper today the same way it was done 50 years ago. It’s time to upgrade that approach. This seminar covers everything you need to create your own digital filing system, get your paper under control, and take full advantage of Adobe Acrobat and PDFs. Going digital means collecting all documents you’ve created and received – plus all related faxes, email messages and attachments – into one electronic system, organized by client and matter. It sounds complicated and expensive, but you’ll see that the tools you need are easy to use and inexpensive. We’ll explain and demonstrate how scanners can be used in the law office to reduce paper, lower operating costs, and significantly improve efficiency. We will also discuss document organization and storage techniques that will allow you to locate any document (sent or received) in seconds.
How to Register:
Visit the PLF Web site and select “Upcoming Seminars” under the CLE/Loss Prevention heading.
As I noted in yesterday’s post, I’ve heard Barron speak many times at the annual ABATECHSHOW. He is one of my favorite presenters, and I am confident he will become one of your favorites too. Space is limited for the live program, so if you prefer to attend in person, register early!