Legal practice management software helps small firms manage their day-to-day—are you ready to make the transition?
The right legal practice management software streamlines processes, boosts efficiencies, and provides remote accessibility—which ultimately improves performance for everyone at a law firm. However—with many options to choose from, along with challenges like pushback or resistance to change from colleagues—exploring practice management software for your firm can be overwhelming.
This meetup will help you determine if investing in practice management software is the right move for your firm by exploring the pros and cons and addressing common questions and concerns, including:
- How can small firms determine if they should be using practice management software?
- How to convince your firm that change is good
- How to properly research, select, and implement the best solution?
- What are potential risks to be mindful of? (and how to overcome them)
- Who: Hosted by Alex Bramos, Marketing Programs Manager at Clio, featuring Adriana Linares, President at LawTech Partners, and Adam Sherry and Katelyn Adelman from Spector & Sherry, LLP
- What: A 60-minute panel discussion on evaluating legal software for small firms
- When: August 12 at 11:00 a.m PDT | 2:00 p.m. EDT
- Where: Zoom
- Why: Choosing new technology for your firm can be overwhelming, but this meetup can help with the process
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Marketing Programs Manager
Since 2016, Alex has worked with small businesses across a variety of industries to help them grow. Whether it’s about selecting and implementing the right technology, leveraging online marketing, or helping recruit new talent, he has a soft spot for helping small business owners reach their potential. He joined Clio in 2020 as a Marketing Programs Manager and specifically helps educate the legal industry on the benefits of being a cloud-based, client-centered law firm.
Adriana Linares is a legal technology consultant with her company, LawTech Partners. Using her practical and personal approach she helps legal professionals use technology to maximize skills and investments through training and consulting. She served as Chair of ABA TECHSHOW 2017; works as a technology consultant to the Florida Bar Board of Governors and serves as the Technology and Practice Management Advisor of the San Diego County Bar Association. Listen to Adriana as she hosts monthly episodes of the New Solo podcast on the Legal Talk Network. To learn about hiring Adriana to help you with your law practice, visit lawtechpartners.com.
Adam L. Sherry
Spector & Sherry, LLP
Adam L. Sherry is an attorney specializing in estate planning, trust administration, and probate. Adam earned a Bachelor of Arts degree, magna cum laude, from the University of California at San Diego, and a Juris Doctor degree from UCLA School of Law.
Adam is admitted to practice before the courts of California. He is a member of the California Bar Association Trusts and Estates Section and the San Diego County Bar Association Estate Planning, Trust and Probate Law Section. Adam has been recognized by California Western School of Law for his contributions to their pro-bono Community Law Project. Adam and his spouse, Marley, enjoy spending time with their family and friends, and living in Point Loma with their rambunctious labradoodle.
Katelyn R. Adelman
Spector & Sherry, LLP
Katelyn R. Adelman joined our firm in 2015 as a legal assistant. She is also pursuing a degree in Criminal Justice. Katelyn enjoys spending time outdoors with her family and her dogs.