Starting Your Solo Practice: Your Technology Suite (05/24/22)
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Technology can help solo practitioners run a more streamlined and efficient practice, but it can also be a time-consuming endeavor. There are so many companies and platforms on the market that it can be hard to determine what you need and which offering will work best for you. In this program, we’ll hear from several solo practitioners about what technologies they use and how they leverage them in their practice. You’ll hear first-hand testimonials instead of sales pitches and gain a clearer sense of how you can use these technologies to make your practice (and life) run more smoothly.
Kimber Russell, Founder and Partner at Vanguard Advocates, LLP
Conor Malloy is the Project Director for the Lawyers' Committee for Better Housing's chatbot initiative, 'Rentervention.' He is a graduate of Chicago-Kent College of Law, and received Meritorious Recognition for the ABA's 2018 Louis M. Brown Award for Legal Access and contributed to the Illinois COVID HELP initiative resulting in another Louis M. Brown award in 2021. He has served on numerous panels, and delivered presentations across the US and Canada concerning process automation, tech-efficient law practices and access to justice. He has served on the Chicago Bar Foundation's Task Force on the Sustainable Practice of Law & Innovation's committee on Regulating Technology-Based Legal Products and Services, and now serves on an Illinois Supreme Court Committee for the Modernization of Service of Process.
Jay McAllister is an extremely passionate and highly motivated entrepreneur. He founded Paragon Tech with the guiding principle that technology, when properly leveraged can create a high-performance culture where lawyers and their staff are enabled to operate beyond levels that were previously possible. With a mindset focused on business mastery, relationship building, and a thirst for knowledge, he facilitates high-quality connections between professionals who support the legal profession and forges relationships with legal technology providers that he leverages to increase the performance of law firms across the US. Possessing a deep understanding of law firm operations provides Jay and his team the unique ability to implement and support IT solutions for law firms that increase their productivity, eliminate repetitive tasks, and increase their profitability.
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