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Connecting the Dots: Automating Web Apps and Services for Small and Solo Firms

Level: Intermediate
Runtime: 60 minutes
Recorded Date: September 05, 2019
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- Introduction
- What to Automate?
        -Make a list of redundant, tedious tasks
        -Look for opportunities to be more efficient
        -Choose your experiment and start measuring results
- How to Automate?
- Why Automate?

Runtime: 1 hour
Recorded: September 5, 2019


There are a lot of great tools on the Internet for lawyers, but getting them to work with each other can be a challenge. This session provides a review of online tools--like Zapier--that allow you to link services and automate online activities. In addition to getting an overview of the most popular cloud-based products, you'll also see how small law firms are using them to save time, deliver better legal services, and design an exceptional client experience.

This program was recorded on September 5th, 2019

Provided By

American Bar Association
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Erin Gerstenzang

EHG Law Firm

I knew I wanted to practice criminal defense law even before I even started law school. Having been raised by two criminal defense attorneys in upstate New York, I internalized at an early age the importance of helping others, especially those who are most vulnerable to abuse.

Shortly after graduating from law school I joined a prominent criminal defense firm in Atlanta where I developed extensive trial skills, and was trained by local and national experts in DUI and criminal defense. After receiving incredible mentorship for nearly a decade, I opened up my own modern practice that incorporates cutting-edge technologies to best serve my clients.

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Kim Bennett

Founding Attorney
Bennett Law LLC

Kimberly is an avid traveler, lover of technology, legal industry disruptor, speaker, business coach and an attorney who runs K Bennett Law LLC, a boutique, virtual trademark and business strategy law practice offering on-demand and subscription legal services. Her practice focuses on helping industry disruptors and social impact organizations protect their brands and grow profitable and sustainable businesses. She has integrated the latest technologies into her practice with a focus on designing legal services that provide fast, flexible and frictionless solutions for her clients.

In addition to managing her law firm, Kim is passionate about moving the legal industry forward and teaching lawyers how to apply business principles to create innovative and modern law practices. You can find Kim hosting her weekly live show, Watch Us Lead, teaching service professionals how to add subscription services to their business, and facilitating workshops and presentations on innovation, leadership, inclusion, and the future of law and the legal industry.

Kim received her Juris Doctor degree from Villanova University School of Law in Villanova, Pennsylvania and her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology with a minor in Spanish and pre-medicine concentration from Spelman College in Atlanta, Georgia.

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